The United Nations reiterated on Tuesday its “concern” for the security and protection of more than four million civilians in northwest Syria who have been subjected to air strikes in the past few days.
According to Farhan Haq, deputy spokesman for the UN Secretary General António Guterres, the airstrikes registered in the past few days have caused 2.7 million internally displaced people.
“Yesterday, local sources reported air strikes affecting three communities in Idlib and one in Latakia,” said Haq, adding that as a result of these attacks, three people died in Bennsh and seven were injured. in Idlib.
“The United Nations urges all parties to listen to the Secretary General’s call for a full ceasefire to help communities cope with the COVID-19 pandemic,” he said.