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A letter to the UN Secretary General and UN Envoy to Syria
The members of the 2nd Conference of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation addressed a universal appeal for all the internal, regional and external powers to lift the siege on the Syrian cities and areas specifically Aleppo being deliberately separated from the rest of the Syrian areas which is threatening the unity of the country and may cause a major humanitarian disaster.
The Conference believes that the supply routes should be neutralized from the ongoing armed conflict in the country and demanded any efforts that could be done in this regard.
The second conference of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation also addresses Mr. Ban Ki-moon UN Secretary-General and Mr. Alakhdar Alebrahimi international envoy to Syria, on the need to lift the unilateral and unfair economic sanctions with its livelihood catastrophic results imposed in reality on the Syrian people under the claim of targeting the regime in Syria. These have depending on previous experience in Iran and Iraq proven to be useless in achieving its stated objectives.
The economic siege imposed on Syria contradict the text and application of the international law. Moreover, it is the duty of the international "community" to pursue its legal responsibilities in lifting the siege especially in regard to the maritime, road and air transportation which hinders the arrival of the goods needed for the continuation of the devastated Syrian people living a comprehensive national crisis containing economic repercussions for thirty months now.
The conference furthermore asserted that the UN bias to one part of the Syrian opposition has its catastrophic effects on the safe exit of the Syrian crisis which was the direct result of elimination, distinction and marginalization policies. Thus, the UN is responsible for bringing back the situation in Syria to the starting point through devoting the one-party policy which was overcame by the current Syrian constitution.
The second conference of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation