The draft resolution prepared by Norway and Ireland envisaged Extension of humanitarian aid provided to Syrians, especially in Idlib Governorate, across the border with Turkey for a period of one year, until July 10, 2023. Russia only offered to extend this mission By six months, until January 10, 2023.

US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield criticized Russia’s position He noted that six months is certainly not enough to effectively assist the people of Idlib, who also need clear information about how long the humanitarian work, which has been implemented since 2014, will take.

According to Agence France-Presse, members of the UN Security Council However, they can come to an agreement on this matter by the evening of Sunday or MondayAlthough the official deadline for delivering aid to Syrians across the border with Turkey expired on Sunday.

Thomas Greenfield and Norwegian Ambassador Mona Juul said after Friday’s vote that they would continue to seek an agreement among UN Security Council members to provide assistance to the Syrians.



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