Moscow: Raqqa inherited fate of Dresden

World October 22, 2017 11:57

moscow - Moscow accuses the international coalition against IS of 'barbaric' bombings on former Raqqa IS building. 'Raqqa inherited the fate of Dresden, wiped away by British and American bombings in 1945,' said a spokesman for the Russian Ministry of Defense.

According to the state press office TASS on Sunday, the ministry claims that Western countries put millions into financial support for Raqqa, so as to rob evidence of their own crimes. According to the spokesman, the bombing 'buried thousands of civilians in the ruins of Raqqa. '

Russia and the United States support different parties in Syria. Moscow gives military support to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, who is also under threat of alleged large-scale human rights violations. The US supports the pro-military militias of the SDF, which conquered Raqqa.

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