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Russian ambassador to UN rejects recent attack on Syria

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Russian ambassador to UN rejects recent attack on Syria

United Nations, Dec 28 (Prensa Latina) Russia's alternate permanent representative to the United Nations (UN) Dmitry Polyanskiy on Tuesday strongly rejected recent attack on Syrian Latakia port, while stressing these incidents really trigger more instability in the region.
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As he told the UN press, Polyanskiy urged a thorough investigation into such an aggression, an incident of great concern to Syria after a decade of brutal conflict.

“We do not believe that events of this kind contribute to the Middle East´s instability or the situation in Syria,” Polyanskiy stressed.

The Syrian government, on the other hand, condemned that for the second time in less than a month, the Israeli army attacked with missiles the Latakia port, located 334 kilometers northwest of the capital, on the Syrian Mediterranean coast.

According to Al-Suriya national television, the Syrian Defense Ministry reported that around 03:21 (local time) on Monday, several Israeli missiles fired (from the sea) to the port’s container yard.

The Syrian Government strongly condemned these actions and deplored the silence of the United Nations ahead of these events, it also ratified the legitimate right to defend the integrity and sovereignty of the national territory by all legitimate means.

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