The UN Human Rights Council fortitude on a Houla electrocute in Syria goes over a charge and contradicts a UN Security Council’s May 27 statement, Russia’s Foreign Ministry pronounced on Sunday.
The Houla electrocute on May 25-26, when over 100 people, including dozens of children and women, were killed in a cluster of villages in Syria’s western Homs province, triggered worldwide condemnation.
At a puncture event on May 27, a UN Security Council cursed “in a strongest probable terms” a electrocute of civilians. On Jun 1, on a beginning of western nations, a UN Human Rights Council convened for a special event to reject only a Syrian supervision for a tragedy.
“The content of a UN Human Rights Council fortitude goes over a charge and indeed runs opposite to a UN Security Council Statement of May 27,” a Russian Foreign Ministry pronounced in a statement.
“The attempts by some countries to name a culprits but watchful for a commentary of a United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) per a Houla events and therefore strive vigour on a UN Security Council, and also feat a tragedy in their possess interests and foil a doing of a devise of a UN and LAS special attach� Kofi Annan, means really critical concerns,” a matter said.
“Our nation speaks opposite involving a UN Human Rights Council for ‘triggering’ a use-of-force unfolding in Syria,” a matter said.
The final fortitude adopted by a UN Human Rights Council denounced “solely a (Syrian) government” for a massacre.
“Russia, and also China and Cuba, voted opposite this fortitude since a content of this request “is imbalanced, inequitable and contains a series of biased assessments.”