- During a slotted meeting of the UN Security Council members expressed Wednesday about a ceasefire in Aleppo. Several countries demanded a cease-fire for ten days to humanitarian workers be given the opportunity to make their urgent work in the heavily besieged Syrian city.
The British delegate Matthew Rycroft said the bombs rain should stop immediately to avoid further civilian suffering. His Russian colleague Vitali Tsjoerkin brought countered that the West calls this type used as a pretext to put an end to the Syrian President Assad's regime.
He is against a resolution and was promptly criticized that Russia is solely responsible for the powerlessness of the council.