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Millions of Syrians have suffered as a result of United States policy

Damascus, Jan 26 (Prensa Latina) The Syrian delegate to the United Nations, Bassam Sabbagh, spoke out accusing the United States of being the cause of the sufferings and displacement of millions of Syrians.

“Misguided US policies in the Middle East, in particular Syria, have destroyed decades of political, economic and social development achievements”, the diplomat said during a Security Council session devoted to discussing the political and humanitarian situation in Syria.

He considered that Washington’s destructive and destabilizing behavior has brought death to the Syrians, turning millions into refugees, displaced persons and people lacking food security.

According to the delegate, the creative chaos approach adopted by successive US administrations was based on the provocation of problems to ignite tensions and then conflicts.

He denounced that hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on media campaigns to mislead public opinion and distort the image of the Syrian state, and also create structures and armed groups outside of society, whose sole objective is to serve the geopolitical interests of the United States.

The ambassador clarified that Washington and its NATO allies made up a number of pretexts to directly intervene in Syria, including manipulating the provisions of international law and the United Nations Charter to justify their illegal military presence in the country.

“There presence here greatly contribute to threaten the integrity and unity of Syrian lands, in addition to looting oil and wheat, causing losses worth more than 100 billion dollars,” he concluded.


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