According to the latest breaking news; Russia and China veto the renewal of the mechanism that allows UN aid to be sent to about 3 million people in Syria.Russia and China veto the renewal of the mechanism, which allows international aid to be sent to about 3 million people in Syria.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) voted for the renewal of the mechanism, which will enable cross-border international aid to Syria since 2014 and expire on July 10.
The draft resolution submitted to the council by Germany and Belgium was vetoed by Russia and China.
Russia used its veto right for the 15th time in the UN Security Council on Syria-related decisions.
Syria, on the decision of the UNSC available only through Turkey’s border gate 2, Öncüpınar opposite Babüssel, and Cilvegözü from across Babülhava international assistance can be made.
After the veto of Russia and China, the two border gates will be closed to the passage of aid convoys if no other decision can be taken after the mechanism expires on 10 July.
On the other hand, Russia, proposing the vote only after Cilvegozu Border Gate opposite Babülhava from 6 months through Turkey announced that it would provide assistance during the UN voting against his own bill.
To adopt a draft resolution at the UN Security Council, at least 9 out of 15 members must vote in favor, and permanent members must not exercise the veto power of any of the US, Russia, China, England and France.
UNHCR decision is required to provide cross-border aid to Syria.
According to the UN, 70 percent of nearly 3 million people living in Idlib in the north west of Syria need humanitarian assistance.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), since Turkey through two border crossing to Syria in January 1613, including 8 thousand 468 aid convoy sent from Öncüpınar.
2 of 4 border crossing last year were found to be made of assistance from Syria to Turkey, Russia and China’s veto was down 2 after them. The border gates between er-Remse between Syria and Jordan and Al-Yarubiyye with Iraq were also closed to the entry of aid.