Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Half of Eastern Aleppo Cleared of TerrorMilitants, 80,000 Residents Freed: Western countries are exhibiting “surprising blindness”

Syrian government forces have cleared half of eastern Aleppo from militants, liberating 80,000 residents, Russian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday.

“In fact, half of the territory in parts of eastern Aleppo occupied by militants in recent years has been completely freed,” spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.

“Most importantly, more than 80,000 Syrians have been liberated, tens of thousands children. Many received for the first time water, food, medical care from Russian humanitarian centers,” he stressed, according to Sputnik.

However, Western countries are exhibiting “surprising blindness” in their evaluation of the Syrian government troops’ ability to achieve progress in Aleppo, the ministry added.

  • The statement was made in response to statements by the US Department of State, British Foreign Office and French Foreign Ministry that Aleppo civilians allegedly sustained huge losses during an operation of the Syrian troops, as well as calls by certain Bundestag lawmakers to impose new sanctions against Russia.

“Our Western counterparts are showing surprising blindness when it is time to assess the real situation in Aleppo. Over the past day, thanks to very well prepared and careful actions of Syrian servicemen, the situation drastically changed. Nearly half of the territory of Aleppo’s eastern part occupied by militants over the past years has been completely liberated,” Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.
Source: Sputnik, almanar.com.lb

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