The Secretary-General of the United Nations is requesting all groups in Syria to agree for a cease-fire as the Security Council is insisting, on 24 February, UN officials told media. Although the UN chief also cares a lot those are undergoing bad conditions in the result of attacks throughout the besieged Damascus suburbs of eastern Ghouta, including bombing in the capital.
On other side, Stephane Dujarric, spokesperson for Untied Nation, told Tuesday evening that assaults in eastern Ghouta have allegedly shot dead over 100 people on 5 March.
HE also added that 14 of 46 trucks in a convey by United Nation are on way to supply aid for people who are facing tough days in Douma in eastern Ghouta, still waiting for cease-fire to deliver all possible support since Monday.
According to Dujarric, about these trucks are carrying half of the food that could not be sent yet, while a part of the medical and health goods are also part the convey, though Un officials are still waiting for truce approval by the Syrian authorities.
Nevertheless, Dujarric also told that the Secretary-General of the United Nations is requesting for “safe and unimpeded access” for conveys to send aid to those who are waiting so long for the aid contains health goods and medicines.
France stated that UN Security Council will meet on 27 March to force to implement cease-fire without any holdup in Syria.
The truce was expected to continue for about 30 days aiming to have permission to deliver all required goods to victims as well as to evacuate wounded people from encircled locations.
British and French authorities both also have requested the closed-door meeting by UN special envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura and humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock for United Nation.