UN Resolution on Aleppo to Result more Tension in Syria: Iran Senior Official

A senior Iranian official has warned that a recent United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution on the deployment of UN observers to the Syrian city of Aleppo could result in more tension in the Arab country.
On Monday, the UNSC unanimously approved a resolution urging the immediate deployment of UN monitors to watch over evacuations from Aleppo.
UNSC Resolution 2328 cannot help the settlement of the Syrian crisis and it could cause further tension in the country as it fails to take into account the Syrian people’s conditions and problems as well as the role of the Damascus government, Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), said on Wednesday, adding that the UN resolution merely focuses on saving terrorists.
Earlier on Wednesday, militants said they had reached an agreement with the government in Damascus to complete their withdrawal from Aleppo.
The Syrian forces wrested control over Aleppo last week, marking a significant victory against militants since the beginning of the foreign-backed conflict in the Arab country in 2011, Press TV reported.


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