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US stance towards refugees in Syria branded as hypocritical

US stance towards refugees in Syria branded as hypocritical

Damascus, Oct 4 (Prensa Latina) Russia and Syria on Monday branded the US accusations against Damascus as hypocritical for allegedly not guaranteeing a dignified life for the return of refugees to their homes.
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The Syrian state took significant steps to restore normal life in the country, create appropriate conditions for the return of its citizens and pardon the armed groups, and work for their reintegration into society, the Russian and Syrian coordinating bodies stated in a communique.

They revealed that thanks to that effort, about 2,307,000 people returned to their places of origin voluntarily and safely, following the rehabilitation of education, health and service infrastructures.

Those efforts, according to the two bodies, clash with the strong opposition by Washington, which is carrying out a media propaganda campaign to spread false information about the alleged shortage of conditions necessary for the safe and dignified return of citizens.

The illegal presence of the United States and its allies is the main obstacle to returning to normal life in the country; moreover, these troops continue to plunder the nation’s natural wealth and stir up tension in the region, they denounced.

The illegal unilateral coercive sanctions and measures imposed by the United States prevent the reconstruction of the infrastructure and the arrival of medical supplies and medicines necessary to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, the two bodies stated.

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