Πέμπτη, 20 Οκτωβρίου 2016

ΕΚΤΑΚΤΟ!Έξαλλος ο ΠΟΥΤΙΝ με την ΕΛΛΑΔΑ!Δείτε τι έκαναν...

Είναι αδιανόητο κι όμως συνέβη.
Η Ε.Ε, συμπεριλαμβανομένης της Ελλάδας υπέγραψε ανακοίνωση που καλεί σε διακοπή των πολεμικών επιχειρήσεων στο Χαλέπι και κάνει λόγο για πιθανά εγκλήματα πολέμου από πλευράς Ρωσίας.
Το παράλογο της υπόθεσης έγκειται σε δυο σκέλη.
Αφενός μεν αν παύσουν τα πυρά οι τρομοκράτες θα ξεφύγουν και αν παρασχεθεί η ανθρωπιστική βοήθεια που ζητά η Ε.Ε είναι σίγουρο πως θα υπάρξει και ανεφοδιασμός των τρομοκρατών. Έχει γίνει άλλωστε αυτό στο παρελθόν.
Αφετέρου δε, πως είναι δυνατόν να έρχεται ο Λαβρώφ σε λίγες μέρες για να τείνει χείρα βοηθείας στην Ελλάδα και εμείς να ΄φτύνουμε’ τη Ρωσία στα μούτρα. Όπως γίνεται αντιληπτό ο Ρώσος Πρόεδρος Βλαντιμίρ Πούτιν, θεωρεί πως αυτή η κίνηση του Μαξίμου είναι 'προδοσία' απέναντί του.
Δείτε απόσπασμα από το πρωτότυπο κείμενο της Ε.Ε.
Council conclusions on Syria
The EU is appalled by the deteriorating situation in Syria. The escalating violence in Aleppo is causing untold and unacceptable suffering for thousands of its inhabitants. Since the beginning of the offensive by the regime and its allies, notably Russia, the intensity and scale of the aerial bombardment of eastern Aleppo is clearly disproportionate and the deliberate targeting of hospitals, medical personnel, schools and essential infrastructure, as well as the use of barrel bombs, cluster bombs, and chemical weapons, constitute a catastrophic escalation of the conflict and have caused further widespread civilian casualties, including amongst women and children and may amount to war crimes.
The Syrian regime has the primary responsibility for the protection of the Syrian population. The EU therefore strongly condemns the excessive and disproportionate attacks by the regime and its allies, both deliberate and indiscriminate, against civilian populations, humanitarian and healthcare personnel and civilian and humanitarian infrastructures and calls on them to cease indiscriminate aerial bombardments. The EU condemns the continued systematic, widespread and gross violations and abuses of human rights and all violations of international humanitarian law by all parties, particularly the Syrian regime and its allies. The targeting of a UN humanitarian convoy on 19 September is a clear violation of international law, which requires full investigation. The EU looks forward to the findings of the internal UN board of inquiry. Those responsible for such violations and abuses must be held accountable.
In these deteriorating circumstances, the EU calls urgently for: an end of all military flights over Aleppo city; an immediate cessation of hostilities to be monitored by a strong and transparent mechanism; sieges to be lifted; and full unhindered sustainable country-wide humanitarian access granted by all parties. These steps are essential to save the people of Aleppo and in other parts of the country and to lay the ground for a resumption of credible intra-Syrian talks to provide security for the entire population of Syria. In this context regional actors bear special responsibility, particularly neighbouring countries.
The EU will continue intensive humanitarian diplomacy and seek ways to improve access and protection as well as to promote humanitarian principles and local consensus on guidelines for the delivery of aid. The EU calls upon all parties, especially the Syrian regime, to provide full and unhindered countrywide access to all those in need and to end all obstruction to the delivery of humanitarian aid. The use of starvation of civilians through the besiegement of populated areas for which the regime bears the greatest responsibility, as a tactic of war, and forced population transfers are a clear breach of international humanitarian law and must stop. Providing immediate relief to the suffering is imperative. The Council therefore welcomes the EU emergency humanitarian initiative launched on 2 October in close coordination and cooperation with UN agencies, to deliver humanitarian relief to eastern Aleppo and other besieged areas and allow the safe and monitored evacuation of urgent medical cases. It urges the Syrian regime to deliver without delay authorisations for crossline humanitarian convoys to be delivered, including to Eastern Aleppo. The EU stresses the importance of the ISSG and its humanitarian taskforce to achieve results on the ground and alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people. It calls on all partners and all parties to the conflict to protect civilians, including humanitarian and medical structures and personnel in all parts of the country and to help facilitate the work of the UN and other humanitarian organisations on the ground to deliver vital assistance to vulnerable groups, especially women and children, and evacuate wounded and sick.
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