The opposition Syrian Higher Committee on negotiations (CPSU) sent a letter to the UN accusing the Syrian government forces and Russian HQs of ceasefire violations in the country.
«We regret to inform You that hostile actions, which makes Russia, Iran, the Syrian regime, foreign armed forces and allied mercenaries against the Syrian people has not ceased, despite the entry into force of the ceasefire from the 27th of February», – said in a release sent to the Agency «Interfax» a letter addressed to the UN Secretary-General ban Ki-moon signed by the head of the CPSU Riyad Hijab.
As stated in the message of the Russian aviation Saturday, February 28, struck 26 strikes on areas controlled by opposition groups that agreed to a ceasefire. The helicopters of the Syrian air force carried out seven strikes on residential areas, which led to the deaths of civilians.
«In addition, there have been 24 cases of ceasefire violation by artillery shelling and five ground operations,» reads the letter.
CPSU emphasizes that if «the Syrian regime and its allies are persistently commit violations (of the ceasefire – ed.), it would jeopardize the political process provided for by UN security Council resolutions».