Russia is worried about all the Syrian refugees who are forced to flee because of the violence.
According to the statements of the Russian Foreign Ministry from yesterday, Moscow is paying much attention to help and support all the Syrian citizens who had to flee their homes due to the violence and terrorism. In addition, Moscow tries to help all the Syrian refugees who already fled to the neighbouring countries of the Arab nation.
The Foreign Ministry in Moscow further stated that they do not divide the affected Syrian citizens by religious affiliation or ethnic and that the Russian aid and support goes to all Syrian refugees without exception.
According to the information by the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow, about 1.7 million Syrians have already fled their country until now and the situation of Syrian refugees in the Arab nation as well as in the neighbouring countries of Syria (e.g. Jordan) is not the best in terms of essential goods, but also due to incidents of rape, human trafficking, prostitution and child marriages.
The statements by the Foreign Ministry of Russia says that the Syrian refugees have to look for shelter in the neighbouring countries of the Arab nation, fleeing of the rampant violence that is committed by extremists in Syria. Further, the economic collapse and the unilateral sanctions imposed against Syria by the European Union (EU) and the U.S. administration in Washington do not help the situation of the Syrian citizens.
Instead, the unilateral sanctions imposed upon Syria by the United States and the European Union (EU) let the Syrian citizens even suffer more, while the economic collapse in Syria already became unstoppable.
According to this new statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry in the capital Moscow, the attention of the international community is riveted to the north-eastern regions of the Syrian nation that is mainly populated by Syrian Kurds.
From the north-eastern districts of Syria, the flow of Syrian refugees is heading towards the Iraqi Kurdistan, while the Iraqi Kurdistan is not capable to accommodate the endless flow of refugees from Syria.
Thousands of Syrians, including many Syrian women and children, are still abandoning their homes and they flee from the atrocities of the foreign-backed terrorists and the violence and massacres of the al-Qaeda-linked groups such as the “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” and the “Jabhat al-Nusra” (al-Nusra Front), according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.