According to Inside Syria Media Center sources, the Syrian Foreign Ministry sent a letter to the United Nations Security Council and the Secretary General in relation to the actions of the U.S.-led international coalition in Raqqa.
The Syrian government also urged the Security Council to comply with resolution 2253 on combating terrorism and prevent the so called “coalition” from committing new military crimes in Syria.
It should be mentioned, that on August 22, a number of media reported that the aircrafts of the coalition fired rockets at Al-Sakhani and Al-Bado alleys and
Al-Tawasuaeh neighborhood in Raqqa city, 78 people killed.
The Foreign Ministry also noticed that the coalition had committed dozens of war crimes and crimes against humanity, while destroying the urban infrastructure of Syria. Finely, the Syrian government accused Washington of using phosphorous bobs, which are banned by international convention.