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The UN called illegal blockade of cities in Syria

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UN Assistant Secretary General Kyung-wah Kang called for immediate access for humanitarian organizations to besieged cities in Syria, reports RIA News.




“The blockade, which does not make it possible to satisfy basic needs, is illegal, unacceptable and does not fit our concepts. This should stop immediately, ”Kang said at a UN Security Council meeting.

On Wednesday, the Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) called for an “immediate and one-time cessation of the siege of cities throughout Syria,” and especially the cities of Foix, Madaya and Kefaya.

This week, for the first time since last October, the UN has managed to organize the delivery of humanitarian aid to these cities, access to which was blocked by the warring parties. After the help was delivered, UN Assistant Secretary General Stephen O'Brien held a press conference at which he stated that "in besieged Madaya, about 400 people are in critical condition and need urgent evacuation."

On the eve of the UN representative Stefan Duzcharrik said that the Organization "has not yet been able to evacuate and provide medical assistance to the people of Madaya."

Ban Ki-moon, in turn, called Madayu "a victim of forced starvation of people." According to him, in the same situation, "there are still 400 thousands of people in Syria."

The UN Secretary-General said that "the deliberate doom of people to starvation is a war crime."
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  1. Ami du peuple
    Ami du peuple 16 January 2016 12: 43
    113
    The blockade, which does not make it possible to satisfy basic needs, is illegal, unacceptable and does not fit into our concepts

    As it turns out, in the UN "according to concepts" they live, and not according to the laws.
    That is, the blockade by government troops of the cities captured by the militants is illegal, and an armed rebellion against the legitimate government, as a result of which such excesses occur, is legal? Who is stopping the representatives of the "moderate opposition" from leaving the occupied settlements so as not to endanger the lives of civilians? Yes, no one, on the contrary, proposes that such an option, under the guarantees of the Syrian government, but "peaceful opponents of the Assad regime" prefer to hide behind residents and scream about a humanitarian catastrophe.
    In the process, they themselves havchik ends.
    1. cniza
      cniza 16 January 2016 12: 46
      17
      The UN Secretary General said that “deliberately dooming people to starvation is a war crime”


      They have enlightenment, or is that ...? soon elections or just something to say.
      1. The black
        The black 16 January 2016 14: 40
        30
        The UN is an American farce and American actors work accordingly. After the events of recent years (and the UN reaction to them): Kosovo, the bombing of Belgrade, Iraq, Libya, etc. I have absolutely no illusions about this organization. As well as about ephemeral international law, which has long been absent, and never has been.
        1. cap
          cap 16 January 2016 18: 37
          +6
          Quote: Black
          The UN is an American farce and American actors work accordingly. After the events of recent years (and the UN reaction to them): Kosovo, the bombing of Belgrade, Iraq, Libya, etc. I have absolutely no illusions about this organization. As well as about ephemeral international law, which has long been absent, and never has been.


          What is the use of the United Nations and its "chairman" if he HAS ALL OWN HIS CAREER TO THE USA. What can you say against his own mother, whose name is AMERICA!
          "On June 21, 2011 Ban Ki-moon was approved by the UN Secretary General for a second five-year term.
          Born in a small village in Yomson County, Chungcheongbuk-do province in 1944 - at the end of the period of Japanese rule in Korea. His family moved to the neighboring city of Chunju, where the boy grew up. Ban Ki-moon's father had a warehouse business, but soon the warehouse went bankrupt and the family's standard of living fell sharply. When the boy was six years old, his family fled to remote areas of the country, fleeing the Korean War .. Subsequently, Ban Ki-moon recalled meeting with the US military at that time.
          In high school, Ban Ki-moon was a brilliant student, especially in terms of English. According to local residents, he regularly walked for 10 km to practice English with American advisers working in one of the factories. In 1952, the class authorized him to send an appeal to the UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjöld, although it is not known whether it was sent as a result. In 1962, Ban Ki-moon won a school competition organized by the Red Cross and was awarded a trip to the United States, where he lived in San Francisco for several months. During this trip, he was honored with a meeting with US President John F. Kennedy. When asked by journalists about a future career, Ban Ki-moon did not hesitate to answer: "I want to be a diplomat."
          Ban Ki-moon received a bachelor's degree from Seoul National University in 1970. He then studied at Harvard. Its supervisor was Joseph Nye, who noted in Ban Ki-moon "a rare combination of clarity of analysis, humility and perseverance."
          In 2009, Ban Ki-moon received an honorary doctorate from the University of Malta and the University of Washington.
          In addition to Korean, Ban Ki-moon is fluent in English, French and Japanese. Learns Russian. Honorary Doctor of MGIMO [2]. At the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games, he was one of the standard bearers of the Olympic flag. "
          1. cap
            cap 16 January 2016 18: 59
            +3
            UN
            Quote: cap
            Ban Ki-moon received a bachelor's degree from Seoul National University in 1970. He then studied at Harvard. Its supervisor was Joseph Nye, who noted in Ban Ki-moon "a rare combination of clarity of analysis, humility and perseverance."
            In 2009, Ban Ki-moon received an honorary doctorate from the University of Malta and the University of Washington.

            And before him was Kofi Annan. Also a war. And the title of peacemaker. He presided over two terms. As of now, Ban Ki-moon. I am silent.
            "Kofi Annan served as UN Secretary General since January 1, 1997, was re-elected for a second term on June 29, 2001, and his term expired on December 31, 2006.
            Kofi Annan was the first representative of the black population of Africa to the post of UN Secretary General.
            2001 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (along with the organization he leads)
            The NATO bombing of Yugoslavia was a military operation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) against the federal republic of Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. The operation was not authorized by the United Nations and was the first time that NATO used a group of troops without the approval of the UN Security Council and against a sovereign state that did not endanger the alliance members.The strikes lasted from March 24, 1999 to June 10, 1999. NATO's official operating code name was Operation Allied Force; the United States called it Operation Noble Anvil, while in Yugoslavia, the operation was incorrectly called "Merciful Angel." as a result of a misunderstanding of the nomenclature, which was only temporary.
            The NATO bombing marked the second major military operation in its history, after the massive 1995 NATO bombing in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The 1999 bombings led to the withdrawal of Yugoslav forces from Kosovo and the establishment of UNMIK, the UN office in Kosovo. "
        2. Val_y
          Val_y 17 January 2016 01: 03
          +4
          Yeah, exactly, the humanitarian blockade of Donbass, the blockade of Crimea, not a single bl ... didn’t budge, the OSCE didn’t see anyone at close range, they babble something indistinctly on the nose, and then there were screams about the catastrophe, ugh at them, and as Comrade Stalin said, "if our enemies scold us, then we do everything right" wink
      2. sichevik
        sichevik 16 January 2016 14: 55
        23
        Quote: cniza
        The UN Secretary General said that “deliberately dooming people to starvation is a war crime”


        They have enlightenment, or is that ...? soon elections or just something to say.

        It's not even about the election. They will choose the one they need to choose. It's just that all these fucking UNs, PACE, OSCE, EU and others like them always sang and danced to the tune of their master. In the Donbass, they don’t see a humanitarian catastrophe and outright Russian genocide. In winter, they also missed the Crimea without electricity. They also missed the bombings of Yemen by the Saudis. But when Russian aviation began to destroy the terrorists, then they saw a humanitarian catastrophe. In a word scum and two-faced anus (not anus, namely anus).
      3. NordUral
        NordUral 16 January 2016 20: 17
        0
        In essence, the claims against Assad are a blackout against the background of enlightenment.
      4. avdkrd
        avdkrd 17 January 2016 01: 20
        0
        Quote: cniza
        The UN Secretary General said that “deliberately dooming people to starvation is a war crime”


        They have enlightenment, or is that ...? soon elections or just something to say.


        I wonder if the rest of the ISIS "activity" is not a war crime? Probably the executions of prisoners are conventional actions ...
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      1. kil 31
        kil 31 16 January 2016 12: 49
        46
        Blocking the Donbass, is this normal?
        1. Maxom75
          Maxom75 16 January 2016 13: 48
          17
          So in the Donbass, in their opinion, there are no people, there are only "separatists", "Buryat tankers" and "Russian occupants". ((((Women, children, old people are not seen there.
          1. Inok10
            Inok10 16 January 2016 14: 28
            +8
            Quote: Maxom75
            So in the Donbass, in their opinion, there are no people, there are only "separatists", "Buryat tankers" and "Russian occupants". ((((Women, children, old people are not seen there.

            .. and leave Crimea without electricity? .. is it as understood by this madam? .. fine ? ..
    3. Haettenschweiler
      Haettenschweiler 16 January 2016 12: 48
      26
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      They live in the UN "according to the concepts", not according to the laws. I.e. Is the blockade by government troops captured by the militants of cities illegal, and an armed rebellion against the legitimate government, as a result of which such excesses occur, is it legal?


      “So it’s legal.” In Ukraine, isn’t the same thing happening with the cities of Donbass and the Luhansk region? They are also in blockade. But the UN is somehow uninteresting.
      1. MIKHAN
        MIKHAN 16 January 2016 13: 00
        20
        access to besieged cities in Syria

        As I understand it, ACCESS they need ... How is the OSCE in the Donbass? E no gentlemen, the war has been going on there for 5 years and have just woken up ... Did the devils need help? We will finish them all the same, and then please!
      2. udincev
        udincev 16 January 2016 13: 12
        14
        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        In Ukraine, isn’t the same thing happening with the cities of Donbass and the Luhansk region?

        Two big differences ...
        A pro-American junta with banderlog zapadents came to Ukraine: to spread rot, burn, kill those who disagree with them, and simply because they feel Russian by nationality or mentality.
        In Syria, the opposite is true - thug killers, pro-American opposition ... to overthrow the legitimately elected president, but who the US doesn't like ... doesn't sing like that ...
      3. 34 region
        34 region 16 January 2016 13: 47
        +4
        The UN does not abandon its own. Here they (in Syria) have their sons of bitches. So they spawn.
      4. Lelek
        Lelek 16 January 2016 16: 03
        0
        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        Therefore, legal. In Ukraine, isn’t the same thing happening with the cities of Donbass and the Luhansk region?


        Well, at least something begins. It is good that in matters of CONSISTENCY of the implementation of the Minsk treatises and the federalization of the former Ukraine, our positions with the United States are similar. We will see what's next.
        (cry.)
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    5. vlad66
      vlad66 16 January 2016 12: 57
      28
      In Ukraine, it means that you can block Donetsk and Lugansk, make all kinds of energy and food blockades to Crimea? Here the UN is silent, as if it had gotten water into its mouth, and in Syria for the first time in 5 years of the conflict it was voiced.
      1. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 16 January 2016 13: 47
        +2
        Quote: vlad66
        In Ukraine, it means that you can block Donetsk and Lugansk, make all kinds of energy and food blockades to Crimea? Here the UN is silent, as if it had gotten water into its mouth, and in Syria for the first time in 5 years of the conflict it was voiced.

        Why, it is clear that the UN is now the "mouthpiece" of the United States and on its support,
        as surely some bumps in it!
      2. 34 region
        34 region 16 January 2016 13: 49
        0
        UN vote! So they stepped on their tail! It hurts however! That screams of pain and resentment.
    6. Chicot 1
      Chicot 1 16 January 2016 13: 40
      14
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      How, it turns out, in the UN "according to concepts" they live, and not according to laws

      And as practice shows, the concept there is one thing - who pays the most (and the Americans invest almost the lion's share in the UN budget), he orders the music ...

      This reminds me of the actions of the so-called. the "red cross" and the EU commission during the wars in Chechnya ... Their role is especially clearly traced during the first war, when the federals made significant concessions precisely due to the pressure of the so-called. "international public opinion". How it all ended is known - the signing of the shameful Khasavyurt agreements, three years of the criminal Ichkerian freemen and a new war ...
      So now, in no way should you succumb to this provocation, but you must methodically crush these bandits and fanatics until they are completely exterminated ... No negotiations and concessions. Only the complete and inevitable destruction of this Islamist infection ...
      1. 34 region
        34 region 16 January 2016 14: 03
        +1
        Here one more question arises. We have a strong opinion, other countries do not need help at all. And here and on the outskirts we see Western policy. And the West is investing in foreign countries. Yes, the money goes to destruction. That is, the West benefits from the collapse of countries, and therefore invests in them. UN course organization controlled by the United States. That is, the states simply bought this body financing the lion's share of it. Therefore, the UN claims are like claims to the owner, they sound stupid. And the owner, I repeat, does not just contain an organization for resolving international issues. And the IMF does not just give money to other countries. So think after this, it is worth supporting other countries or not.
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    8. sgazeev
      sgazeev 16 January 2016 14: 53
      +3
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      The blockade, which does not make it possible to satisfy basic needs, is illegal, unacceptable and does not fit into our concepts

      As it turns out, in the UN "according to concepts" they live, and not according to the laws.
      That is, the blockade by government troops of the cities captured by the militants is illegal, and an armed rebellion against the legitimate government, as a result of which such excesses occur, is legal? Who is stopping the representatives of the "moderate opposition" from leaving the occupied settlements so as not to endanger the lives of civilians? Yes, no one, on the contrary, proposes that such an option, under the guarantees of the Syrian government, but "peaceful opponents of the Assad regime" prefer to hide behind residents and scream about a humanitarian catastrophe.
      In the process, they themselves havchik ends.
    9. nov_tech.vrn
      nov_tech.vrn 16 January 2016 15: 30
      +4
      even when the US protege was being dragged into the UN leaders, it was clear that he would bend the line, that Ban Ki-moon, that this was a qua, these were gaskets designed to ensure the interests of the owner
    10. PSih2097
      PSih2097 16 January 2016 16: 22
      +1
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      As it turns out, in the UN "according to concepts" they live, and not according to the laws.

      in international law there is no word law, there are concepts of a treaty and a convention ...
    11. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 16 January 2016 17: 09
      0
      "A blockade that prevents basic needs from being met is illegal, unacceptable, and beyond our understanding."
      Oh how! And about Donbass, he does not want to repeat it?
    12. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 16 January 2016 17: 10
      +1
      Pests ....... Delay, then they propose negotiations ... Russia has no friends and partners, the whole world has gone crazy
  2. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 16 January 2016 12: 46
    +7
    “The blockade, which does not make it possible to satisfy basic needs, is illegal, unacceptable and does not fit our concepts. This should stop immediately, ”Kang said at a UN Security Council meeting.

    I sometimes feel that they are impassable in their dense naivety.
    1. Leprekon
      Leprekon 16 January 2016 14: 27
      +7
      It does not smell of naivety, but of the use of an international organization in the interests of one side. More precisely, the dances of the UN Secretary General, his assistants, representatives of the ICRC, the EU, OSCE and other heaps of "international organizations", exclusively to the "tune" of the West and, first of all, the United States.
    2. Lelek
      Lelek 16 January 2016 16: 22
      +4
      Quote: Vladimirets
      I sometimes feel that they are impassable in their dense naivety.


      Blaming the West for naivety is the highest degree of naivety. The EU and the US will not fart if it is not beneficial for them and if they do not get the maximum walrus from this. And all these ooh-ahs of UN members are purely planned Yankees policy. The barefaced accusation of the Russian Aerospace Forces in bombing the "civilian" population, accusation of Assad of buying up Daesh oil, Turkey's support in destroying our aircraft and the military, Turkey's payment of huge sums of money to delay "migrants" on its territory and the decision to supply lethal weapons to the Kiev junta - all these are the links of one chain, developed by overseas "eggheads". yes
  3. newcomer
    newcomer 16 January 2016 12: 47
    +7
    that I don’t understand, why did it remember about Syria? watery want to help the Yankees with the evacuation of the barons ig. or did they heed Russia's persistent calls for gum. helping the people of Syria. I want to believe in the second option. look further, the development of the situation will show.
  4. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 16 January 2016 12: 47
    +3
    Who is the UN and why with capital letters? Again kyung-kangi somehow. Until you come with a hammer to hammer nails into the head, well, hell doesn’t reach the horseradish.
  5. lysyj bob
    lysyj bob 16 January 2016 12: 47
    10
    As soon as our armed forces launched a humanitarian operation, the UN immediately woke up.
  6. yuriy55
    yuriy55 16 January 2016 12: 47
    +3
    UN Assistant Secretary-General Kyung-wang Kang urged humanitarian agencies to immediately gain access to besieged cities in Syria ...


    You don't need to persuade us, dear, in a straight line - 332 km (from New York to Washington) and right on the lawn in front of the White House stand with a poster and persuade ... There are owners of "blockers" ...
  7. The black
    The black 16 January 2016 12: 48
    +7
    And the blockade of Donbass from Ukraine to the UN, of course, they do not see point blank ..... Unscrupulous, double-faced nits ...
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 16 January 2016 12: 48
    +3
    It should stop immediately

    Who is she talking to? If to ISIS, then why not shake the air, which is already heated. But for some reason it seems to me that B. Assad will be blamed once again. In addition, she has already managed to criticize Russia for dumping humanitarian aid from a Syrian air force plane.
  9. donavi49
    donavi49 16 January 2016 12: 50
    +7
    Well, in general, the move is interesting:
    DeZ are blocked by Caliphates - it is clear from them what demand.
    Foix and Kefrai are under siege - Nusra and Ahrar, and they are even classified by the Americans as terrorists (they are talking about Ahrar, they must give many a chance to recover, hand over weapons, etc., but this applies more to groups in Hama where Ahrar liberalized to freebies actually).


    But Madaya, the pockets in Hama are kept by the troops of the government army, Hezov and Iran. That is, they can be squeezed on the topic of a treaty of assistance. Of course, first of all, there will be help from TOU, because they ended in the campaign. Since December, not a single launch of TOU has been recorded in Hama, only trophy bassoons and competitions.
  10. TOR2
    TOR2 16 January 2016 12: 52
    13
    These wise men needed to be thrown out along with humanitarian aid. The path would be clever on the spot.
  11. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 16 January 2016 12: 57
    +6
    The blockade of Crimea, Donbass - and how is it?

    And in Syria, as far as we know, it is the Wahhabis who are hiding behind civilians; forbid them to leave the city - with them, and demand.
    1. Gerhard
      Gerhard 16 January 2016 16: 30
      -3
      Quote: Gormengast
      The blockade of Crimea, Donbass - and how is it?

      and that Russia has already blocked the Crimea, or the Donbass?
  12. newcomer
    newcomer 16 January 2016 12: 59
    +7
    for donbass look_ there is hope that the French. Journalists with lawyers will rustle in Europe. let's say this: this is a serious mission, and personally I expect a lot from this. There is a case in the Czech Republic, where the common people were given the opportunity to listen to the stories of those who were held captive by all militias and civilians. the Czechs simply received their sight.
    1. kotvov
      kotvov 16 January 2016 13: 16
      +2
      the Czechs just received their sight. ,,
      empty hopes. as they say: what a foot is. how many of them have been in the Donbass, and things are still happening.
  13. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 16 January 2016 13: 03
    +4
    Speaking and making a decision, of course, should be, but the savages who do it anyway at these meetings. They just need to be burned out. We all see what kind of "people" they are.
  14. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 16 January 2016 13: 07
    +3
    All these UN blah blah blah blah about anything. Five years did not notice the bloating of the Civil War in Syria - and a couple of years - a punitive operation in the Donbass - and nothing, but here it is directly shrouded from the eyes? Or did the hegemon conceive something again?
  15. Gray 43
    Gray 43 16 January 2016 13: 14
    +6
    The militants are starving, the UN is worried, and they don’t care about civilians from a skyscraper
  16. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 16 January 2016 13: 14
    +6
    It is necessary to leave this Society of Omitted Fools, all that neither farts nor farts, everything stinks in our direction. And it is necessary to create a coalition of free countries, with China and India, as opposed to this NATO litter.
  17. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 16 January 2016 13: 17
    +5
    The UN Secretary-General said that "the deliberate doom of people to starvation is a war crime."
    Why doesn’t he say this to Gutting?
  18. newcomer
    newcomer 16 January 2016 13: 33
    +4
    and what do you need to do, kotvov?
  19. Mercenary
    Mercenary 16 January 2016 13: 33
    +5
    If the UN is so toothless that it is strong, then why has it never been condemned by the United States for aggression, for attacking independent countries? For unlawful sanctions against Russia for the kooky outskirts?
    In general, there are a lot of questions regarding the UN. The UN has long been in the litter of America!
  20. bovig
    bovig 16 January 2016 13: 33
    +8
    I see ISIS is really bad, since the UN is starting to intervene ... Or nowhere else in the world are there hungry and suffering?))
  21. givigor71
    givigor71 16 January 2016 13: 53
    +4
    Quote: Kil 31
    Blocking the Donbass, is this normal?

    Russians live in Donbass, and everything that concerns the Russian population - no one in the "west" sees or hears anything ...
  22. cergey51046
    cergey51046 16 January 2016 13: 54
    +3
    Destroy the UN as accomplices of terrorists.
  23. individual
    individual 16 January 2016 14: 19
    +3
    Recall the Donbass,
    Whoever wants to help is humanitarian, the rest are looking for a reason for the impossibility of providing assistance.
  24. agbykov
    agbykov 16 January 2016 14: 20
    +5
    It has been noticed that as soon as government troops begin to achieve success, cries about the need for a deblockade, humanitarian catastrophe, etc., immediately begin, thereby covering up the help to terrorists and giving them the opportunity to get out of the ring ...
    1. gergi
      gergi 16 January 2016 15: 30
      +2
      Squeeze until spray!
  25. vobels
    vobels 16 January 2016 14: 23
    +5
    As they pressed the igil, so the mongrels of the striped-stargazer barked about humanism, about the blockade. Looks like they kicked them in the ass so that they would work out the money, so they gave a voice.
  26. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 16 January 2016 14: 51
    +2
    Oh, the microphone was turned on to the organ, or were the hosts allowed to vote?
  27. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 16 January 2016 14: 58
    +6
    illegal, unacceptable and does not fit into our concepts. It should stop immediately. ”
    And then I awake decided that this applies to the American coalition in Syria. Bummer with me.
  28. viktor561
    viktor561 16 January 2016 15: 03
    +6
    Damn the war there, and not the UN peacekeeping mission, the cookies from the State Department could have passed to them (DAISH) with oak just with ammunition for one!
  29. gergi
    gergi 16 January 2016 15: 28
    +3
    The UN called the blockade of ogleloks from igles not legal, but does the blockade of Crimea and Donbas cause any objections? P.R.O.S.T.T.T.U.T.C.!
  30. avia1991
    avia1991 16 January 2016 15: 44
    +4
    The UN Secretary General said that “deliberately dooming people to starvation is a war crime”
    In, damn it, it is necessary - woke up, narrow-eyed! Is Turkey’s support for terrorists not a war crime ?! Is it not a war crime to kill peaceful people just because they are not praying to your god ?! !! Whose cow would mumble, Ban Ki-moon: he sat for four years, did not blather - but then he decided to develop an ebullient activity! Well, deal with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Erdik and Co. - you look, and people in Syria will stop starving!
  31. gamer
    gamer 16 January 2016 16: 13
    +2
    The authority of the UN has long been greatly undermined! These clowns are subordinate to Obama !!! It smacks of the closure of this organization that does nothing. You just need to create the appearance of work, looking to the west, of course! Double standards are their credo! Morons !!! wassat
  32. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 16 January 2016 16: 57
    +2
    The blockade was called illegal, and the bandits still get humanitarian aid.
  33. gg.na
    gg.na 16 January 2016 17: 05
    +2
    This is the same belay carry such nonsense belay !!!
  34. 454545
    454545 16 January 2016 17: 18
    +5
    looking at the world you can’t stop wondering why the UN does not write about the blockade of Donetsk and let the respected Kyung-va Kang come to these cities with help and distribute it, I think the Syrians will not mind
  35. Kibl
    Kibl 16 January 2016 17: 32
    +2
    Yes, they put it on the UN with a large device, the bureaucrats there either push or call to see to justify their high salaries! In general, it’s time to change the location of the headquarters while it’s in the USA, do not wait for good. Neutral land is needed , take for example Antarctica!
  36. buywol
    buywol 16 January 2016 17: 39
    +1
    [left] [/ left] [center] [/ center] So, the hell needs the UN, if everything is decided by the states. Everything is decided in this world. Stop blessing America and you will have love and happiness. You will bow before the USA IRAQ, LIBYA, SYRIA ............... UKRAINE and so on ....... next country is yours, if you don't change your mind !!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  37. SAA
    SAA 16 January 2016 17: 44
    +2
    Campaign comes to the militants in these cities. Bearded hungry men will shave before evacuation, to marry children or to throw a burqa and will be girls.
  38. drags33
    drags33 16 January 2016 17: 50
    +3
    The UN is completely rotten !!! Judging by the votes of these UN "fighters for rights", the fight against terrorism is illegal, because causes some inconvenience to civilians ... And where were these "fighters" when ISIS slaughtered civilians like rams? Where were they when they completely blocked our Crimea and left it without electricity? !!! And when Donbass was just openly destroyed, bombed and burned ??? To disperse the UN is necessary to hell !!!
  39. EvgNik
    EvgNik 16 January 2016 18: 40
    +1
    In general, I think that soon the states themselves will need humanitarian aid. They have no future. They tried hard.
  40. Alexdark
    Alexdark 16 January 2016 19: 45
    +1
    Heh, the UN is a bunch of cowardly and paid "whores". Although ... cowards are not paid, they follow the lead out of fear. They sit there as if at gunpoint, except for Churkin.
  41. NordUral
    NordUral 16 January 2016 20: 15
    +1
    And before where were you, gentlemen from the UN?
  42. morprepud
    morprepud 16 January 2016 21: 35
    +1
    And Frau Merkel, suddenly (!) Will not demand from Russia for the "blockade of Germany":
    On the morning of January 14, 1944, Soviet divisions under the command of General Fedyuninsky launched an attack from the area south of Oranienbaum.
    The next day, January 15, a blow was inflicted near Pulkovo. Both groups of forces aimed at the rear of the enemy to surround most of the Leningrad group of Germans.
    Five days later, on January 20, the Soviet troops joined. Surrounded by the Germans were exterminated.
  43. lecturer
    lecturer 16 January 2016 21: 39
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    Quote: morprepud
    And Frau Merkel, suddenly (!) Will not demand from Russia for the "blockade of the Fritzes":
    On the morning of January 14, 1944, Soviet divisions under the command of General Fedyuninsky launched an attack from the area south of Oranienbaum.
    The next day, January 15, a blow was inflicted near Pulkovo. Both groups of forces aimed at the rear of the enemy to surround most of the Leningrad group of Germans.
    Five days later, on January 20, the Soviet troops joined. Surrounded by the Germans were exterminated.
    YOU probably wanted to register like that?
    1. morprepud
      morprepud 16 January 2016 21: 44
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      Sorry, but you better call ...
  44. ALLxANDr
    ALLxANDr 16 January 2016 21: 45
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    Quote: Ami du peuple
    The blockade, which does not make it possible to satisfy basic needs, is illegal, unacceptable and does not fit into our concepts

    As it turns out, in the UN "according to concepts" they live, and not according to the laws.
    That is, the blockade by government troops of the cities captured by the militants is illegal, and an armed rebellion against the legitimate government, as a result of which such excesses occur, is legal? Who is stopping the representatives of the "moderate opposition" from leaving the occupied settlements so as not to endanger the lives of civilians? Yes, no one, on the contrary, proposes that such an option, under the guarantees of the Syrian government, but "peaceful opponents of the Assad regime" prefer to hide behind residents and scream about a humanitarian catastrophe.
    In the process, they themselves havchik ends.


    And there is. The same strategy of European organizations was also visible in the Donbass. As soon as the LPR and DPR achieved results, negotiations were immediately announced. And what is most interesting attributed to war crimes, to whom? Assad again? But what about Turkey and the CA? USA and Europe? - because it was they who actually muddied it! That's what the hell-changeling !!!
  45. Amateur
    Amateur 16 January 2016 22: 45
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    No, well, if someone from the UN wants to get acquainted with ISIS fighters, then let them go with their humanitarian aid to the besieged cities. Firstly, the Ishilians will not refuse humanitarian aid (not to give it to the population), and secondly, in practice, they will demonstrate at the United Nations how they cut off the heads and other parts of the body to their victims. Well, and, of course, first of all languages ​​to talkers, regardless of what organization they represent.
  46. rJIiOK
    rJIiOK 17 January 2016 00: 09
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    What is the selectivity
  47. Manul
    Manul 17 January 2016 01: 08
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    So let all those in need be evacuated and deal with the end. None of the besiegers will be against it. And if they cannot be evacuated, it means they are hostages, and the legitimate authorities have the right to conduct CTOs at their discretion.
    It is clear that all this is bullshit, but it’s just that there is nowhere to put the stigma on such statements — lies on lies.
  48. varela
    varela 17 January 2016 04: 07
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    Hmm ...
    That is, to fight and kill is normal, and the blockade is barbarism and bad?
    Well League of Nations, what to take from them ...
  49. T-130
    T-130 17 January 2016 09: 28
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    Then let the bearded blocker Der-ez-zor explain it!