News Release about Syria

Oct 24, 2018 | 0 comments

Oct 24, 2018 | Miscellaneous | 0 comments

News Release about Syria

Russia’s Intervention Thrills War in Syria

15/10/2015

Russia’s intervention has greatly stimulated conflicts in Syria thereby lifting the predicaments to a more dangerous level. The interpolation began during the civil war in Syria on 30 September 2015. The attack was initiated when Syrian government requested Russian contribution in war through the provision of military weapons. However, the difference occurred when the Russian government altered the deal by mobilizing the Syrian Army, according to the news by the United Nations. Immediately as the war started Russian start grumbling over the Latakia military airport and ferrying by showing their interest in destroying an indicator.

Displaced Syrian’s New Crisis

15/10/2015

The civil war in Syria left millions of persons dead and other millions forced to move to the neighboring countries. The Syrians were displaced there by taking refuge in the North and Middle East camps. The humanitarian funding main reports from the refugee’s camps indicate that the charitable provisions to the refugees in Syria are inadequate especially to women and children. They undergo many challenges including water shortages, lack of education, and power blackouts. The reports call on government donors to intervene by assisting in training and funding to these groups to improve their life expectancy.

According to the Refugees International (RI), Syrian children are exposed to a lack of citizenship due to various challenges met during birth and registration of the newborn. Disease-associated with poor sanitation and malnutrition are the predisposing factors to the health of the children.

The Syrians have been conducting a demonstration for their democracy for about five years without any success. Contrary, the Russians have dominated Syria through increased business interventions in most companies and industrial sectors. Russian politicians held prominent seats with invalid certifications from Cultural Centre in Damascus.