International human rights: the siege of Syria economically an appeal of Article II and Article VII of the Charter of the United Nations
Editing office - Geneva
The Office of the International Commission of Human Rights Ambassador Dr. Haitham Abu Said that the words of US National Security Secretary John Bolton is dangerous and contrary to the Charter of the United Nations in accordance with Article II, paragraph VII is a challenge to the core functions of the United Nations aimed at maintaining international peace and security and seeks to protect States and territorial integrity, taking into account respect for international human rights standards in accordance with Article 39 of the Global Charter.
He added that what some countries are doing in terms of economic war and restrictions on citizens in their power and source of life in Syria and what is known as the "soft" war is out of the ordinary and does not belong to humanity anything, especially that the speech and attributed publicly to the inhuman plan to block the community raw materials such as gas, gasoline and derivatives The oil is rejected and interfere in blatant violations, and lead to the disintegration of society and strike the life system of peoples.
Ambassador Abu Said concluded by requesting the intervention of the General Assembly of the United Nations to consider statements to international officials and put an end to these abuses. He said that he will visit in the coming days to brief the details of the situation there in order to prepare a comprehensive and comprehensive report on the status of the High Commission in the International Human Rights Committee, United Nations in real terms.