Dashti: The hypocrisy of coalition of aggression against Syria harms credibility of int’l law

Geneva, SANA-President of the International Council for Supporting Fair Trial and Human Rights, Dr. Abdul Hameed Dashti has condemned the hypocrisy of the countries of the coalition of aggression against Syria and their hostile recommendations against the Syrian people, praising the measures taken by the Syrian government to ensure a decent life for its citizens despite the imposed coercive measures.

Dashti’s remarks came  in a speech at the Human Rights Council (HRC).

He added that the report submitted by the Syrian delegation to the Human Rights Council confirms the Syrian government’s work to ensure a decent life for its citizens after it has restored security and basic services to all liberated provinces despite the challenges facing Syria and that the government has performed its duty to protect its sovereignty and independence, in addition to confronting terrorist groups and seeking to liberate its entire territory from the Israeli, Turkish and American foreign occupation forces.

According to Dashti, the “disgusting hypocrisy” practiced by the countries of the coalition of aggression against Syria and their hostile recommendations against the Syrian people harm the credibility of international law at a time when the Syrian government is making tremendous efforts to secure a decent livelihood for the Syrian citizens and to protect them despite the high costs of the war that it bears as a result of fighting terrorism and the impact of the unilateral economic sanctions.

Dashti noted that the United States, the Israeli occupation entity and the Turkish regime presented politically motivated allegations against Syria, pointing to their crimes and grave violations committed on Syrian soil and against the Syrian people.

He called for facilitating the return of all Syrian refugees to their homeland.

Ruaa al-Jazaeri

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