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Siria, Usa bloccano progetto dichiarazione su attentato ambasciata russa

Mosca: paesi Coalizione hanno doppio standard su attacchi terroristici
fonte: AGV - Agenzia Giornalistica il Velino/Sputnik
di Velino International

Gli Stati Uniti hanno bloccato di fronte al Consiglio di sicurezza delle Nazioni Unite una bozza di dichiarazione proposta dalla Russia che condanna l’attacco contro l’Ambasciata di Mosca a Damasco. Lo ha reso noto Fedor Strzhizhovskiy della delegazione russa alle Nazioni Unite. Nel documento si stigmatizzava l’attacco a colpi di mortaio che ha colpito l’area prospiciente l’ambasciata definendo l’atto “una palese provocazione contro la missione diplomatica”. “Si tratta dell’ennesimo caso che dimostra come la Coalizione a guida Usa adotti un doppio standard rispetto agli atti terroristici quando riguardano missioni russe” ha sottolineato il diplomatico. 

The United States have blocked in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) a draft statement, proposed by Russia, condemning the attack on the Russian embassy in Damascus, First Secretary of the Russian Mission to the United Nations, Fedor Strzhizhovskiy, told Sputnik on Tuesday. On Monday, Russian Foreign Ministry said that a mortar round had hit the fencing of the embassy close to a living quarters building, damaging electric and water supply lines. The ministry said that the attack was a blatant provocation deliberately targeting the diplomatic mission. “The draft UNSC statement for press, condemning the terrorist attack on the Russian embassy building in Damascus on November 20, has been again blocked by the US delegation,” Strzhizhovskiy said. The statement had been distributed on Monday. “This is another, not the first case, when the leaders of the so-called coalition [for fighting terrorists in Syria and Iraq] are demonstrating double standards in relation to terror acts, targeting Russian foreign missions,” the diplomat stressed.

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