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More than 0.1 million people now missing in Syria

By WebDesk, BOL News

08th August, 2019

More than 0.1 million people now missing in Syria

Thursday 08th August, 2019

More than 0.1 million people now missing in Syria due to last 8 years on going conflict.

According to the details, the number of people missing, abducted and under arrest have crossed 0.1 million mark.

Secretary political affairs in United Nations Security Council Rose Mary De Marlo gave a speech in the UNSC meeting.

According to the details, the number of people missing, abducted and under arrest have crossed 0.1 million mark. The responsibility of this is upon Syrian regime.

Secretary political affairs UNSC said that Syrian regime must provide details of missing persons to their family members.

People arrested in a blind drive must also be released. UNSC members should take notice of the situation in Syria.

Rose Mary further added that UN cannot visit Syria and confirm the number of people missing.

Secretary political affairs also emphasized UN General Secretary’s statement that Syrian issue must be taken up to International Criminal Court.

For sustainable peace in Syria, it’s necessary to ensure human rights and hold Syrian regime accountable for violations of international human rights.

The evidences and number were provided by the investigative committees working within Syria, she added.

UN human rights commission after the conflict erupted in 2011 requested for a commission to be established regarding Syrian violations.

Previously, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres strongly condemned air strikes in the region following reports from a Syrian doctors’ group that four health facilities including the Maarat al-Numan facility were hit during a single day of bombing.

Syria’s war has killed more than 370,000 people and displaced millions since it started in 2011 with a brutal crackdown on anti-government protests.


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