The United States State Department the other day put sanctions on Syria’s Defense Minister Imad Ali Abdullah Ayoub for his duty in the physical violence as well as the devastating altruistic situation in north Syria.
In a declaration, the main body claimed sanctions have actually been enforced under Executive Order 13894, as an outcome of Ayoub’s intentional activities given that December 2019 to avoid a ceasefire from holding in north Syria.
“This obstruction resulted in almost a million people being displaced and in dire need of humanitarian aid in the midst of a cold winter in Idlib,” the declaration claimed.
SecPompeo: The UNITED STATE is doing something about it to assent Assad regimenLt General Ayoub for the physical violence continued versus individuals of north#Syria Such physical violence that effects private citizens, altruistic employees, as well as health centers have to not be endured. We stand on the side of the Sy …
— StateDept News (@US_Secy_State) March 17, 2020
Executive Order 13894 targets those accountable for, complicit in, or that have straight or indirectly took part in, or tried to participate in, or funded, the blockage, interruption, or avoidance of a ceasefire in north Syria.
The Russian- backed Syrian regimen released armed forces offensives in December 2019 in its northwestern district of Idlib, the last garrison of the Syrian resistance which is sustained by Turkey.
Turkey as well as Russia concurred on 5 March on the information of the ceasefire in the Idlib area after 4 days of talks in Ankara, component of the collaboration to stop an acceleration of physical violence.
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