UNESCO endorsed the idea of ​​introducing peacekeepers to Syria

At UNESCO, they supported the initiative to send UN peacekeepers to Syria to preserve cultural and historical masterpieces that remained on its territory, the newspaper reported Look.




As you know, recently the militants of the IG destroyed one of the world's most famous monuments - the ancient temple in Palmyra.

“Heritage sites are being destroyed in Syria, in Yemen, and, of course, in Iraq. Geography is expanding. I believe that our moral duty is to ensure respect for the monuments of antiquity, because we know how important they are for self-identification, for society. And we know how much this will be required at the stage of state restoration ",
said the representative of the international organization, Anna Paolini.



“If these objects disappear, if they are broken into pieces, destroyed, it will be more and more difficult to maintain this connection,” she noted. “We are talking not only about the monuments of antiquity, but also about the culture of society as a whole.”

The newspaper reminds that in late August - early September, terrorists destroyed one of the main temples of the Roman era - the temple of Bela. A week earlier, they had blown up the temple of Baal Shamin.
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  1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 10: 45 New
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    That is, with ISIS they have already agreed on this issue? )))
    1. Bombardier 20 October 2015 10: 47 New
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      Quote: Sauron80
      That is, with ISIS they have already agreed on this issue? )))


      Not ... not with ISIS, but with their boss in Washington.
      1. Temples 20 October 2015 10: 49 New
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        So the peacekeepers are already there.
        Russian Aerospace Forces their name!

        Act legally!
        Coordination with others is not required.
        1. iConst 20 October 2015 11: 35 New
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          Quote: Temples
          So the peacekeepers are already there.
          Russian Aerospace Forces their name!
          - Seriously, we are talking about the land contingent: garrisons, roadblocks, etc.

          I feel that they will adjust Russia to this. Pendostana has already choked in Iraq and Afghanistan.
      2. Alexander Romanov 20 October 2015 10: 51 New
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        Quote: Bombardier
        Not ... not with ISIS, but with their boss in Washington.

        When in Yugoslavia NATO airplanes destroyed temples on the UNESCO list, they stuck their tongues in the ass and were silent.
        UNESCO opens its mouth, only after agreement in Washington.
        1. Varyag_1973 20 October 2015 11: 19 New
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          UNESCO, like any other "international" organization, is just a mongrel of the United States. Mattresses - these are the most important vandals, it is with their hands or the hands of their puppets that the ancient monuments are plundered. How many of the rarest values ​​exported from Iraq, Libya, Syria and other places have already been sold at underground auctions in mattress and small Britain ?!
          1. PSih2097 20 October 2015 11: 48 New
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            Quote: Varyag_1973
            UNESCO, like any other "international" organization, is just a mongrel of the United States.

            what is UNESCO and accordingly where is it located:
            UNESCO - Specialized Agency United Nations on education, science and culture. CONTINUE?
            1. Denis_469 20 October 2015 12: 08 New
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              Go ahead - tell us about the actions of UNESCO during the NATO attack on Yugoslavia.
    2. Tor5
      Tor5 20 October 2015 10: 49 New
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      And not only with the igil, but also with other territorial bodies.
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    4. Penetrator 20 October 2015 10: 49 New
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      Quote: Sauron80
      That is, with ISIS they have already agreed on this issue? )))

      Yes, there it is necessary to coordinate with every small kurbashi. Whatever the gang is the side of the conflict. In UNESCO, I decided to compete with Petrosyan, in my opinion.
    5. science fiction writer 20 October 2015 10: 51 New
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      UNESCO supported the initiative to send UN peacekeepers to Syria,

      I also wonder whose initiative it is?
      And then the UN is some kind of vague surname
      1. Vladimirets 20 October 2015 10: 54 New
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        Quote: fiction
        UNESCO supported the initiative to send UN peacekeepers to Syria,

        Now it remains to coordinate with Greenpeace and the League for Tourism. laughing
      2. Mareman Vasilich 20 October 2015 11: 45 New
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        Peacekeepers are introduced to interfere with the Syrian army and our VKS to finish off terrorists.
        1. leo3972 20 October 2015 13: 05 New
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          DO NOT introduce them to the IGLOVTS to protect and not monuments laughing
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    7. War and Peace 20 October 2015 10: 52 New
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      Well, yes, while the IS officers blew up and killed the people of Syria, everything was in order, and now when the IS began to explode, it was time to introduce peacekeepers. Unesco is the same as NATO, everything is in line with the policy of America.
    8. Max_Bauder 20 October 2015 10: 58 New
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      They probably want to steal, or rather plunder, ancient cultural monuments, such as Palmyra, the castle of Crac de Chevalier and more, out of the guise of introducing peacekeepers, attributing them to the air force bombing.
      1. vladnn2015 20 October 2015 11: 09 New
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        Quote: Max_Bauder
        They probably want to steal, or rather plunder the ancient cultural monuments, under the guise of introducing peacekeepers

        Steal - definitely! And at the same time support the IG against Russia.
        1. amirbek 20 October 2015 11: 22 New
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          well, let's only take turns ... unesco on land and greenpeace on the water and who is next
      2. War and Peace 20 October 2015 11: 25 New
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        Quote: Max_Bauder
        They probably want to steal, or rather plunder, ancient cultural monuments, such as Palmyra, the castle of Crac de Chevalier and more, out of the guise of introducing peacekeepers, attributing them to the air force bombing.


        not to plunder, namely, the HUMAN MEMORY is being destroyed, to remember what happened in Baghdad or Cairo, when not yet the IShniks, and other criminals robbed museums with priceless exhibits i.e. someone really needs to HIDDEN ALL THE ENDS OF HISTORY IN WATER, and remember the fire of the LIBRARY of the RAS - I don’t think it happened by chance, all the links in the same chain DESTROY HISTORY ...
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    9. Gloomy 20 October 2015 11: 26 New
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      Normally, for four years already fighting has been going on, during this time a large number of monuments and historical values ​​were destroyed. Nothing. Russia began to help Syria, and those urgently need to introduce peacekeepers. A little pressure and shit climbs from all sides).
    10. abrakadabre 20 October 2015 11: 28 New
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      In any way they want to give the appearance of legitimacy for the occupation by the western military.
    11. Corsair 20 October 2015 17: 22 New
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      Quote: Sauron80
      That is, with ISIS they have already agreed on this issue? )))

      laughing Well, they didn’t manage to destroy everything and communize - it means that it is necessary to do it under the official sign, like in Iraq - almost no nicerta remained, museums took out different antiques.
  2. Irokez 20 October 2015 10: 46 New
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    I don’t know how with the peacekeepers, but Ukraine also dreams of them, and these are UN-controlled troops, and the UN is controlled by whom? That's right, and therefore the UN nefig do in Syria. But if you protect historical monuments and no more, then please.
    I agree to peacekeepers under the leadership of Russia, Syria and Iran with Iraq, and besides, send them to Iraq to protect the palaces.
  3. kimanas 20 October 2015 10: 46 New
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    Why so timely? They waited until all the ancient architecture was leveled, and now they woke up.
    1. Ross_ulair 20 October 2015 10: 48 New
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      Quote: kimanas
      Why so timely? They waited until all the ancient architecture was leveled, and now they woke up.


      They waited until all connoisseurs at a reasonable price sold all this architecture under the guise of demolition by connoisseurs from ISIS. Which are not only oil on the black market
    2. provincial 20 October 2015 11: 01 New
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      no, the flow of goods has stopped.
    3. Corsair 20 October 2015 17: 26 New
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      Quote: kimanas
      Why so timely? They waited until all the ancient architecture was leveled, and now they woke up.

      so after all, the less valuable it is, then the question will be raised about the dismantling of what is left and exported to Europe or the United States: they say not to save here among the savages ... fellow
  4. Good me 20 October 2015 10: 47 New
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    UNESCO approved the idea of ​​introducing peacekeepers into Syria


    Here let them, OWN ("UNESCO"), and enter ...

    I remember I.V. Stalin asked: How many divisions does the Pope have?
  5. venaya 20 October 2015 10: 49 New
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    recently, IS militants destroyed one of the world's most famous monuments - the ancient temple in Palmyra

    We will chew snot, we and Northern Palmyra will be blown to hell. The enemy must be met at distant approaches.
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  7. Algetxnumx 20 October 2015 10: 52 New
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    And how do they imagine it? UN troops generally must separate the warring parties after the ceasefire, in this case, they will stand between the igil and the Syrians, some kind of nonsense, in general, people of this level should say at least a little thought before that, yes, the level of adequacy and the professionalism of managers at various levels in the world is catastrophically declining and this will not bring to good.
  8. rf xnumx 20 October 2015 10: 52 New
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    As you know, recently the militants of the IG destroyed one of the world's most famous monuments - the ancient temple in Palmyra.
    Svidomitov different opinion ...
    1. Good me 20 October 2015 11: 13 New
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      Quote: treble 72019
      Svidomitov different opinion ...


      And quite justified. You see, in the illustration to your comment, the process of packing a rarity is just captured. A pile of PE film, in the background, leaves no doubt about it.

      Moreover, this cursed Putin, stole the Golden Baton of Yanukovych, from his residence Mezhyhirya, after she became the "health of the revolution" ...
      Yanukovych's golden loaf mysteriously disappeared

      The location of the famous golden loaf is unknown to the Prosecutor General.
      The whereabouts of the gold loaf of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych is unknown.
      This was in response to a request from the People's Deputy of the "Block of Petro Poroshenko" Dmitry Dobrodomov, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine said.
      "I got an answer that it turns out the whereabouts of the famous golden loaf is unknown. In fact, it was stolen.
  9. anderles66 20 October 2015 10: 53 New
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    Curious. It is in Syria that peacekeepers are needed? And in Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon. Saudi Arabia, and specifically Mecca, must be surrounded by a tight ring of peacekeepers. And why did the blown up Buddha statues in Afghanistan excite nobody? Who should have been introduced there, if there were already introduced Americans and others like them? Maybe they should have been called peacekeepers and then the problem would be solved? Chot, I'm confused.
  10. rotmistr60 20 October 2015 10: 54 New
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    UNESCO supports initiative to send peacekeepers to Syria

    This is what the organization of refined intellectuals means. They do not even have an elementary idea of ​​what it means to bring peacekeepers into a country where a real war is going on. But just in case, noted. When the militants blew up Palmyra, for some reason this organization was silent, and then suddenly woke up.
  11. raid14 20 October 2015 10: 54 New
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    UN troops have shown their politicization and impotence in Yugoslavia, in the Golan, UN troops were captured by militants, losing weapons and equipment. "We don’t need such hockey."
  12. Fucknato 20 October 2015 10: 57 New
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    In short, everything that can be stolen (taken out) is already, and what is left can now be protected ....
  13. GRAY 20 October 2015 10: 59 New
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    Interestingly, does the UN know that UNESCO approved something there?
    And who gets there is also interesting ... except that only the Turks - they have a tomb there (I don’t remember anyone), though it’s on the territory controlled by the Kurds ... at the same time they will shoot at the Kurds.
  14. Kapralwdw 20 October 2015 11: 00 New
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    how did they realize it? they destroyed it a long time ago and only now have they announced! something is not clean here!
    1. NordUral 20 October 2015 11: 26 New
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      Kuev learned.
  15. polite people 20 October 2015 11: 02 New
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    Sheer deception. It could not be otherwise.
  16. afrikanez 20 October 2015 11: 04 New
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    What did UNESCO think before, or in the brain the same STOP as everywhere else in the west?
  17. Decathlon 20 October 2015 11: 04 New
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    At the time, this desk will take care of the safety of European architecture, not "just around the corner", I think ...
  18. roskot 20 October 2015 11: 06 New
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    Previously, bearded men did not give them a visa. And now there are Russians. You can go.
  19. cniza 20 October 2015 11: 07 New
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    I do not confuse? , peacekeepers are introduced only when the parties agreed on a truce and asked them to divorce a third party.
  20. Alekseir162 20 October 2015 11: 07 New
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    UNESCO endorsed the idea of ​​introducing peacekeepers to Syria

    However, Khusainovich thought for a long time, as it were, to get out of this situation. A little more, and from his fosterlings, a wet place could remain, or maybe it should not be.
  21. samara-58 20 October 2015 11: 07 New
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    Clowns and brakes !!! wassat
  22. kit-kat 20 October 2015 11: 11 New
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    Yes, with the naked eye you can see why this is done. To get in the way.
  23. roskot 20 October 2015 11: 16 New
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    They are afraid not to have time to share the solemn cake.
  24. Stena 20 October 2015 11: 16 New
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    And figs with them, with monuments with these! That’s a mystery - people are crumbling - it makes no difference to them, and monuments - this is how troops should be brought in! Amazing near!
  25. provincial 20 October 2015 11: 16 New
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    Syria is fighting with the IS terrorist organization, and not with the country that attacked it. So the UN peacekeeping forces do not need to be there. Would it be if the USA and the West recognized IS as a state, recognized their borders?
  26. Mama_Cholli 20 October 2015 11: 18 New
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    External intervention under the pretext of protecting cultural monuments ...
  27. Northerner 20 October 2015 11: 20 New
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    Hello my dear edition ...... !!!!! I have no words! This UNESCO waited for when our flyers with the Syrians began to restore order, and now “nya” to the noise through UNESCO wants to get into Syria without washing with ducks and Katya !!! belay
  28. 33 Watcher 20 October 2015 11: 23 New
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    Somehow, it is not clear where they are going to protect them ..? In the liberated territories, nothing is threatened by monuments, but in the occupied ISIS ... How do they imagine it ..? request
  29. NordUral 20 October 2015 11: 24 New
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    Bold? And ISIS was asked? I don’t ask about Assad. You persistent, West, not by washing - so by skating. And in your insolent face, a lover of antiquity?
  30. Reptiloid 20 October 2015 11: 29 New
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    Quote: Irokez
    I don’t know how with the peacekeepers, but Ukraine also dreams of them, and these are UN-controlled troops, and the UN is controlled by whom? That's right, and therefore the UN nefig do in Syria. But if you protect historical monuments and no more, then please.
    I agree to peacekeepers under the leadership of Russia, Syria and Iran with Iraq, and besides, send them to Iraq to protect the palaces.

    Quote: Northerner
    Hello my dear edition ...... !!!!! I have no words! This UNESCO waited for when our flyers with the Syrians began to restore order, and now “nya” to the noise through UNESCO wants to get into Syria without washing with ducks and Katya !!! belay

    Quote: roskot
    Previously, bearded men did not give them a visa. And now there are Russians. You can go.

    HERE all the meanness - stick sticks in the wheels! The main thing - the time to choose!
    And they don’t give a damn about ukrov, Syria is more important. What would they whine later as they save, but the RF is wrong. Tsuk.i Tsuk.i.
  31. MATROSKIN-53 20 October 2015 11: 36 New
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    Something late fell for themselves gentlemen from UNESCO. While Russia was not in Syria, then they did not care. But now how? You need to quickly grab your piece and stick to Russian successes. As the saying goes: "We plowed - I and the tractor."
    1. lukke 20 October 2015 11: 42 New
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      here they probably want to, under the protection of UNESCO, or rather any blue war rabble, preserve their "moderate" opposition into which so much dough has been threatened. Well, we’re like suckers - we should shake it all at face value
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  32. Erg
    Erg 20 October 2015 11: 39 New
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    All. Mattress covers have come - get, village, tractor. Entering peacekeepers between the government and the bandits ... laughing
  33. voronbel53 20 October 2015 11: 40 New
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    Well, let them try to introduce peacekeeping troops on the territory occupied by ISIS. And where territories that have already been liberated are not needed for nothing, Syria will take care of its national cultural wealth even without them. And, in general, about the presence of all kinds of international organizations, first of all, you need to ask the permission of a legitimate government ...
  34. Watchdog 20 October 2015 11: 43 New
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    What difference does it make which units will stand under the banner of the enemy. Blue helmets, green - even purple. There is only one language for talking with the enemy - the language of fire! These are not peacekeepers - they are just a tool of the USA Mercenaries.
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    717 20 October 2015 11: 49 New
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    there are already peacekeepers. peacekeepers pilots are helping them now
  36. Bassoon 20 October 2015 12: 24 New
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    Peacekeepers are there. VKS of the Russian Federation are called. So unesco can go to a well-known address.
  37. Prutkov 20 October 2015 12: 41 New
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    How strange it does not sound, but at UNESCO with mattresses "everything is very not simple." This is one of the few international organizations that has eternal "graters" with the State Department, right up to the refusal of the United States to pay contributions to this organization. I think that the headquarters of this organization could be located in Russia or China. Speaking of China, at the General Assembly, Xi Jingping announced the preparation of a peacekeeping contingent of 8 thousand bayonets. In Syria, there are now very few resources to defeat ISIS and other moderate ones, even with the participation of Russia. If such a coalition with China “for the protection of cultural monuments” passes through the UN Security Council, this will be a good help in the fight against ISIS. And you don’t need to ask anyone.
  38. Mihalich17 20 October 2015 13: 38 New
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    Late late rushed to save the cultural heritage of the gentlemen from UNESCO, a bit late!
    Why were you silent before?!? Smacks of this your sentence is very DUNNY!
    Fly right now to Palmyra and guard! Scared? Then wait for us to finish with the igil, then come!
    In the meantime - SIT and WAIT !!!
  39. Barakuda 20 October 2015 19: 02 New
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    If the contingent will be of "polite" people, I am only FOR. Moreover, Russians are respected there. But GDP said no way. And rightly so.