Turkey's invasion of Syria at the UN Security Council failed to unite reconference
Following the military operations in northern Syria by Turkey, the UN Security Council discussed the response following last week and expressed serious concern about the resurrection of the IS and civilian casualties. Europe and the United States seeking immediate stop and Russia's position were different, and could not take a consistent action.
The UN Security Council said that Turkey has been invading the army in northern Syria and continued its military operations against Kurdish forces, and the civilian casualties have increased. An extraordinary meeting was held.
After the meeting, South African Ambassador Magira, Ambassador of South Africa, read as a consensus by the Security Council, “I am deeply concerned about the danger of the extremist organization IS = Islamic State being revived and the possibility of deteriorating civil life.” It was.
On the other hand, in regards to Turkey's military operations, European countries have said that they will “require actions in line with international humanitarian law”, and the United States, which did not mention the pros and cons of military operations at the previous meeting, also kept pace. "I should immediately cease the act that threatens the peace and security of the country and declare a ceasefire."
In response, UN Ambassador of Russia Nebenja, who supports Syria's Assad administration, said, “Operations should be carried out in an appropriate manner,” and Turkey's military operations entered into the process toward the end of the Assad administration-led civil war. The Security Council was unable to take the same action this time, with a clear attitude to see how it would affect it.