UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — In the past 10 days, at least five of the children’s deaths have been recorded in the Al-Rukban refugee camp on the border between Syria and Jordan, according to the Russian Defense.
At least five children have been killed in the last 10 days in al-Rukban refugee camp, said Friday the head of the Russian Center for the Reconciliation of Conflicting Parties in Syria, General Victor Koochiching.
He said that the exit of refugees from Al-Rukban camp was still blocked, the US side not allowing the buses to evacuate Syrian citizens and refusing to ensure the safety of the movements of humanitarian convoys in an area of 55 kilometers around its base of Al-Tanf.
“According to information provided to the Russian Center for Reconciliation by camp residents, at least five cases of child deaths have been recorded just during the last 10 days,” said Koochiching.
In addition, according to the head of the Center, there have been cases of transfer of UN humanitarian aid to the families of fighters of illegal armed groups and their supporters, as well as their sale to other residents of the country. camp in exchange for money.
“As a result, due to lack of money, a large part of the refugees in Al-Rukban camp barely survive,” said the general.
He also said that illegal armed groups continue to violate the ceasefire regime established in the Idlib de-escalation zone. In 24 hours, radicals bombed several localities in the governorate of Latakia, Aleppo and Idlib.
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