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Saudi Arabia: ‘War crimes’ were committed in Aleppo

The massacres being committed in the Syrian city of Aleppo can be classified as war crimes against humanity, the Saudi Cabinet stated

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During a Saudi Cabinet meeting, King Salman was briefed on a number of reports on events at regional and international arenas, renewing what has been confirmed by Saudi Arabia as war atrocities in Syria.

The massacres being committed in the Syrian city of Aleppo can be classified as war crimes against humanity, and the Kingdom welcome the United Nations Security Council’s resolution No. 2328 on the deployment of international observers in Aleppo to supervise the evacuation of civilians, expressing the Saudi Arabia’s support for the Syrian people being exposed to a genocide by the Syrian regime in all parts of Syria.

The Cabinet also reiterated the Kingdom’s welcoming of the proposals put forward by the Secretary of State of the United States of America on the final solution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, as well as the adoption by Security Council of Resolution 2334, which condemns Israeli settlement and calls for stopping it in the occupied Palestinian territories.