NEW YORK – Russia wants the Security council of the United Nations Thursday meets to discuss the situation in Eastern Ghouta. “That is needed because of the concerns that we heard today,” said the Russian UN ambassador Vassily Nebenzia. He suggested that all parties than their “perspective and insight” to share.
In the rebellenbolwerk in Damascus would be in a few days time, hundreds of deaths have fallen by heavy shelling and air strikes. Moscow, the Assad regime supports, denied earlier that the Russian air force is responsible for civilians killed in the enclave. A spokesman of the Kremlin, stressed that there is no evidence for such accusations, which are coming from insurgents in Eastern Ghouta.