U.N. Security Council Unanimously Votes For Ceasefire In Syria To Safely Deliver Humanitarian Aid

New York Times: U.N. Security Council Votes in Favor of Syria Ceasefire After Week of Bloodshed
“The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously on Saturday in favor of a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, after days of bombardment by the Syrian government on a Damascus suburb left hundreds of civilians dead. The resolution called for all parties to ‘cease hostilities without delay’ across the country to enable the ‘safe, unimpeded, and sustained delivery of humanitarian aid and services and medical evacuations of the critically sick and wounded’…” (Specia et al., 2/24).

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