UNICEF issued general declaration on evening of deaths of children in Syria
UNICEF has released a “blanket statement” protesting on the continued deaths of children due to bombardment in Syria. The International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) released an open statement released on the outskirts of Syria in the evening’s eastern region Diwat, which at the beginning of the article has been written in the article ‘ No words can bring justice to their children, their parents and their loved ones.
‘ Then the entire page has been left empty. The empty statement is also available on UNICEF’s website and a memorandum has been linked with the announcement issued by broadcasting agencies, which said that a free statement is being issued on the basis of innocent children’s deaths in Syria. There are no words in any dictionary that have the ability to describe such tragedies and misconduct. UNICEF’s Regional Director for the Middle East and the North Africa Gret Capital, speaking to the International Atomic News Agency, said that during the war, the worst loss occurs in the case of children’s deaths, so our future prevails through soil. We are not getting words that can cover these horrible tragedy. Clearly, bombardment of allied forces in the east of Syria, 127 people have been killed, including 39 children, even before the blood-blooded blood in the Syrian war killed children’s heart and few injured children. Photographs made the global conscience, after which Trend was also run for social interventions, which led to global protests being declared responsible for the war.