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Syria Slams US-Led Coalition Over Destruction Of Two Bridges

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Syria Slams US-Led Coalition Over Destruction Of Two Bridges



30 September 2016.



Syria Slams US-led Coalition Over Destruction Of Two Bridges

The Syrian government has slammed the U.S.-led coalition for destroying two bridges over the Euphrates river this week while purportedly fighting ISIS .

Syria's ambassador to the U.N. said the bridges had been used by hundreds of thousands of civilians.

In letters to the UN chief and the Security Council, the Syrian foreign minsitry said that the attacks "confirm the so-called international coalition's intent to bomb and destroy Syrian infrastructure and economic and social establishments through repeated aggressive acts"

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said warplanes most probably from the coalition hit the two bridges in Deir al-Zor province on Tuesday and Wednesday, making them unusable.

The Province is the same site where US warplanes "accidentally" attacked a Syrian Army base earlier this month killing dozens.

Press TV reports:

The ministry said said terror groups are the only beneficiaries of the US-led coalition's attacks, which come under the pretext of a war against Daesh.

The letters reiterated that the US-led alliance's raids run contrary to international rules and the UN Charter, calling on the world body to condemn this "deliberate" act of aggression.

The official SANA news agency reported that the bridges of al-Asharah and al-Mayadin in the eastern countryside of the provincial capital city of Dayr al-Zawr were hit by the coalition's warplanes on Wednesday.

Syria's ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja'afari said the bridges had been used by hundreds of thousands of civilians in the area.

Meanwhile, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based rights group advocating militants in Syria, said the two bridges are now unusable, a situation which would impede aid deliveries and hamper movement of civilians.

Since 2014, the United States, along with a number of its allies, has been leading a so-called anti-terror campaign in Syria and neighboring Iraq.

Instead of helping to rein in the Takfiri terrorists, the air raids have killed many civilians, and caused extensive damage to the country's infrastructure.

On September 17, a Syrian army airbase in Dayr al-Zawr came under attack by US-led warplanes in violation of a nationwide ceasefire deal, which had been mediated by Russia and the US.

More than 80 Syrian soldiers lost their lives and some 100 others were wounded in the US-led airstrikes, which helped Daesh terrorists make some gains in the area.


http://yournewswire.com/syria-slams-us-led-coalition-over-destruction-of-two-bridges/


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The USA is a terrorist organization.

The world needs protection from American military forces.

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