UN representatives have responded to the move by Russia to introduce in the besieged Syrian Aleppo "humanitarian window" during which will be suspended for fighting machines passage of humanitarian assistance, according to Le Monde. According to the newspaper, the UN humanitarian aid coordinator Stephen O'Brien said that such a step will not be enough.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator Stephen O'Brien said that sounded on Wednesday, representatives of the Russian armed forces offer to suspend military operations every day in Syrian Aleppo for three hours in order to guarantee the safety of arriving in the city of humanitarian convoys, is "inadequate," writes Le Monde, citing news agencies . "In order to successfully help all you need are two ways to pass cars and about twenty-four hours, so that the city could enter a sufficient number of trucks" - quoted O'Brien's French edition. Earlier, Lt. Gen. Sergei Rudskoy said that in Aleppo will be introduced daily three-hour "humanitarian window" during which will be fully discontinued any military operations, air strikes and shelling, the journalist recalls Le Monde. This step complements voiced Russia July 28 plans to establish humanitarian corridors in the city, taken in response to another request from the UN. Aleppo, which is the "capital" of rebels in northern Syria, has since July 7, is completely surrounded by troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the article said. At the same time, according to Le Monde, July 24, "the Syrian regime without any hesitation struck bombing of four hospitals," the city.