UN demands to hand over Aleppo to ISIS

Monday, 21 November, 2016 - 14:00

After the victorious advance of Syrian forces on the terrorists, many areas have been released.  U.N. special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura offered Bashar Assad to accept a peace agreement developed by the United Nations or, in fact, to go back, handing over Aleppo to ISIS.

The UN plan provides for granting the autonomy to the western part of Aleppo and the withdrawal of governmental troops from the city, that is really very strange to the current situation, in which the terrorists are going to do everything to stay against the background of the government's military victories.

The Foreign Ministry of Syria presented a statement, calling to stop financing and supporting terrorists, «who attack schools and hospitals, turning them into the headquarters of the militants to use it as a springboard to new terrorist crimes». In addition, not only ISIS terrorists are responsible for these crimes, also their supporters, «terrorists affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra and Nour Eddin al-Zanki Movement and other organizations, which Washington, Paris, London, Doha and Riyadh describe as “moderate armed groups” and supply them with money and arms».

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem, meeting with Stefan de Mistura, has rejected a plan by terrorists to surrender Aleppo, calling the so-called truce as «a violation of national sovereignty».

Meanwhile, Syria's Foreign Ministry says that the truce in the country and in the Aleppo region has been kept, but unilaterally. At that time, the government has called all for a truce to normalize the humanitarian situation. But the terrorists began to carry out missile attacks.