シリア戦は終わった ロシア外相

約8年半でした。各国の利害が、下の地図の状態で均衡が取れた。

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この報道を、シリア国営通信は「シリア戦は終わった」の部分だけ削除して報道。ロシア的には終わったが、シリア的にはまだ続く。



Lavrov Says War in Syria Ended, Points Out Need to Overcome Crisis in Country
05:26 13.09.2019
https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201909131076789677-lavrov-says-war-in-syria-ended-points-out-need-to-overcome-crisis-in-country/

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov believes that the war in Syria has come to an end and stressed the need to promote a long-lasting settlement of the crisis in the Arab Republic and the Middle East region as a whole .

“The war in Syria has really come to an end. The country is gradually returning to a normal, peaceful life. Some hotspots of tensions remain in the territories that are not controlled by the Syrian government, such as Idlib and the eastern bank of the Euphrates", Lavrov said in an interview with the newspaper Trud.

The minister thinks that the most important goals regarding Syria now are providing humanitarian aid for civilians and “promoting the political process on settling the crisis to achieve stable and long-lasting stabilisation of the situation in the country and the whole Middle East region".

Earlier in the day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the Syrian opposition was playing an important role in the Syrian settlement.

“We believe the formation and launch of the committee designed to develop the constitutional reform will be an important step in advancing the political process led and carried out by the Syrians themselves with the UN's assistance", Lavrov said in an interview with the newspaper Trud. "In fact, convening it will enable the Syrian sides - the government and the opposition - to begin for the first time a direct dialogue on their country's future", he said.

On 12 September Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

According to the Russian foreign minister, Russia informed Israel about steps that it was taking to "support the efforts of the Syrian government in its fight against terrorists, who still remain in the Idlib zone, and promote issues related to humanitarian assistance and facilitation of the political process in the context of the formation of the constitutional committee".

"We stressed, emphasised, the need – and here the Israelis fully agree with us – to ensure real, in practice, not only in words, respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic. And in this sense, we on our part highlighted the issues of assisting the Syrian authorities and the Syrians on the whole in their returning to peaceful life", he told reporters.

Lavrov added that Russia had also noted that sanctions the United States and European countries had slapped on the legitimate Syrian government were completely counterproductive.

"We, in my opinion, found understanding from our Israeli counterparts on these issues", the minister said.

Syria has been mired in a civil war since 2011, with government forces fighting against numerous opposition groups as well as militant and terrorist organisations. Russia, along with Turkey and Iran, is a guarantor of the ceasefire in the Arab Republic. Moscow has also been providing humanitarian aid to residents of the crisis-torn country.




米軍が支配しているal-Tanf地区にある難民キャンプに国連が送った食料援助を、米軍が統括しているゲリラが武力で奪い取った。これが米国がシリアで実現している自由と民主主義。

Militants Open Fire in Rukban After Civilians Demand Seized UN Food - Russian MoD
23:58 12.09.2019
https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201909121076787953-militants-open-fire-in-rukban-after-civilians-demand-seized-un-food---russian-mod/




国連が委託したシリア空爆に関する実態調査報告書の内容。
米軍を中心とする連合軍は、軍事目標と民間人を区別せず、事前に民間人に警告するなど適切な措置を執らずに空爆を何度も繰り返し、多くの市民に死者を出している。これは戦争犯罪である。

UN slams US and allied forces for war crimes & civilian targeting in Syria
Published time: 13 Sep, 2019 00:51
https://www.rt.com/usa/468718-un-slams-us-syria-civilians/

The UN Commission of Inquiry slammed war crimes committed against civilians in Syria by US and allied forces, in a new report that describes how nine years of war has left some parts of the nation “near complete destruction.”

Civilians continue to “bear the brunt of hostilities” at the hands of all parties in the conflict, declares the report by the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, published on Wednesday. However, it singles out the US-led international coalition for repeated and indiscriminate targeting of non-combatants.
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“International coalition forces failed to employ the necessary precautions to discriminate adequately between military objectives and civilians,” the report states, warning that “launching indiscriminate attacks that result in death or injury to civilians amounts to a war crime in cases where such attacks are conducted recklessly.”

US and allied forces are blamed for “widespread destruction of towns and villages in [Deir ez-Zor] Governorate” and the resulting displacement of thousands, many of whom ended up in the notorious Al-Hol camp, where disease and abysmal conditions reign.

In addition to failing to take precautions to minimize harm to civilians, the report cites the “dire humanitarian conditions” suffered by populations caught between the “widespread corruption, extortion, lack of services and security, and abuse of power” by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the remnants of the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorist group, as well as other groups like the Levant Liberation Organization (also known as Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an Al-Qaeda affiliate), which it accuses of deliberately terrorizing populations living under Syrian government control.

While Syrian government forces are also criticized for their choice of targets, accused of attacking medical facilities and other protected civilian infrastructure in Idlib, and failing to respect a demilitarized zone drawn up with Russia and Turkey, the US remains an uninvited guest in Syria, adding insult to the injuries inflicted by its military.

Another UN body, the Human Rights Commission, released a report last week eviscerating the US, UK, and France for their part in the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where a Saudi Arabia-led coalition has been fighting local forces since 2015. The UN HRC declared that aiding and abetting a war crime – by selling weapons a nation knows will be used in the commission of atrocities – is also a war crime.