Russia’s opposition to open up humanitarian corridors and establish a buffer zone in Syria
WASHINGTON, April 26, according to Itar-Tass reported on the 26th, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander 卢卡舍维奇 said that Russia’s opposition in Syria to open up a “humanitarian corridor” and establish a “buffer zone” to provide humanitarian assistance.
卢卡舍维奇 said: “our starting point, the situation in Syria should become part of overall efforts made by the mediation crisis, and to provide humanitarian assistance can only accept the consent of the donors. It is important that the Syrian authorities more rapid and effective action to ratify the humanitarian program and allow international humanitarian organizations access to conflict-affected areas. “
He also said that Moscow believes that” to Syria humanitarian assistance must avoid politicization, to borrow the name of humanitarian assistance to sow similar to open up humanitarian corridors and to build buffer dangerous idea. ”