Syrian opposition: Russia is blocking humanitarian aid

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 9, 2013 16:41

 
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The main Syrian opposition umbrella group accused Russia on Saturday of preventing humanitarian aid workers access to the embattled country, the British Telegraph reported.

According to the report, the Syrian National Coalition's claim came alongside an accusation from the Russian foreign ministry that the opposition group had rejected to attend unofficial talks with Damascus government officials in Moscow to prepare for a proposed peace summit in Geneva.

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