UN Mission to Syria Observers refuse to listen to citizens’ testimonies regarding armed terrorist groups

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UN Observers’ Car Runs over Three Civilians in Lattakia

LATTAKIA, (SANA) – A UN observers’ car on Tuesday ran over three residents in Lattakia countryside while they were trying to explain their suffering due to the acts of the armed terrorist groups.

The civilians are Amer Mohammad Zamzam, Mustafa Hikmat Kamel and Issam Ma’rouf Mahmoud, two of them are in critical condition.

Mustafa Kamel, said that he was among the people who gathered at a point between al-Sheer and Set-Kheiris villages on Lattakia-Aleppo highway when members of the UN delegation, who refused to listen to the citizens’ demands, kept on moving across the gathered crowds, causing several bruises to Kamel’s body and creating an atmosphere of panic among people.

In turn, Amer Zamzam said that the UN observer team rejected talking to the people and drove their car rashly, injuring me in the leg and causing a car to turn over.

The doctor who supervised the treatment of the injured citizens, Anas Adel Raad, said that the injured showed clear marks of abrasions, bruises and a stretching of hamstring and ankle muscles.

A delegation of the UN observers met Governor of Lattakia.

Continuing their tours, a UN observer delegation visited al-Midan neighborhood and the Police Station there. Afterwards, the delegation members inspected the site of the two terrorist bombings which hit the region.

A UN observer delegation visited Harasta in Damascus Countryside while another delegation visited Homs – Talbeiseh – al-Rastan road and Taldao town in Homs countryside. 


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