A series of Western countries are jumping to conclusions about a Houla electrocute in Syria, where some-more than 100 were killed, Russia’s EU attach� pronounced on Thursday.
“Far reaching domestic and, I’m afraid, not usually domestic though also unsentimental conclusions are being drawn from that,” Vladimir Chizhov said.
Russia hopes that a EU countries will refrain from troops involvement in Syria, he said.
“Honestly we would like to wish that a European leaders, as good as a leaders of other countries, will have adequate common clarity to take a solemn perspective of a conditions and not take a trail of ratcheting adult tension, let alone armed intervention,” a attach� said.
The United States, Spain, Great Britain, Italy, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Japan and other countries announced a exclusion of Syrian ambassadors to their countries on Tuesday, in criticism during final weekend’s Houla electrocute that they are blaming on army of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s.
The Friday killings in Houla, in Homs province, were one of a deadliest singular events in a 15-month-old overthrow opposite President Assad’s rule. The UN pronounced 49 children and 34 women were among a 108 people killed.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov claimed on Tuesday that “certain countries” were attempting to use a deaths in Houla as a “pretext” for a troops operation opposite Assad’s forces, that have been, in part, armed by Russia. Lavrov also indicted a conduct of a foreign-based opposition, Syrian National Council, of attempting to “incite a polite war” in a Middle East country.
Over 9,000 people have been killed in clashes between a supervision and antithesis army in Syria given a overthrow opposite Assad began in Mar 2011, according to UN estimates.