On Saturday, Syria demanded the UN Secretary General and Chairman of the Security Council to condemn the two terrorist attacks in Damascus.
Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed letters to the UN top officials informing them that two civil vehicles were targeted with two devices packed with highly explosive materials in Bab Mousalla area, leaving more than 40 civilians dead and over 120 injured.
They added that this attack came in retaliation for the victories which the Syrian Arab Army has achieved against ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra and the other terrorist entities linked to them in many areas, including in Deir Ezzor, Palmyra, northeastern Aleppo and the countryside of Damascus.
The attack also reflects the terrorist organizations’ rejection of the reconciliations that have been witnessed in several areas, the Syrian Ministry said.
The Ministry demanded in its letters a condemnation from the UN Secretary General and the Security Council of this terrorist attack and that the governments and regimes supporting the terrorist organizations, mainly those of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar and some Western states, be compelled to stop all forms of support to these organizations in line of the resolutions of the UN and the Security Council no. 1267 for 1999, 1373 for 2001, 2170 for 2014, 2178 for 2014, 2199 for 2015 and 2253 for 2016.