yria’s permanent representative to the UN in Geneva Dr. Feisal Al-Hamwi has affirmed that Syria has earnestly cooperated with the Human Rights High Commission and relevant international organizations and committees and presented a lot of documented information on its efforts to provide medical assistance to all those who needed them although 127 hospitals and medical centers had been targeted by the armed terrorist groups. In his word during a session of the UN Human Rights Commission in Geneva, held to discuss a report on Al-Hola massacre, Al-Hamwi said Syria had clarified, in a documented way, how the armed terrorist groups used children as human shields, and the extent of sabotage and damage inflicted on infrastructure in the country.
Al-Hamwi recalled that Syria has signed with the UN the Response plan for the Distribution of Humanitarian Assistance under the Syrian government’s supervision, although little assistance has actually arrived.
Despite all such cooperation, Al-Hamwi added, more biased accusations have been leveled against Syria, by certain sides which relied in their data on the misleading news media reports and did not take into consideration the documented facts presented by Syria.
Al-Hamwi pointed out that the politicized sessions of the council hold nothing but criticism and disapproval, and abound with biased and subjective data that may drive Syria to think seriously of stopping all forms of cooperation with such commissions.