Syria’s Foreign Ministry summoned on Thursday the leader of the UN Disengagement Observer Force ( UNDOF) and filed an official complaint about the Israeli attack that targeted a Syrian military research center in the capital Damascus a day earlier.
In a statement carried out by the state-media, the ministry informed Major General Iqbal Singh Singha that Israel had violated the charter of disengagement concluded in 1974, by penetrating the Syrian airspace and bombing the military research center in Jumraya suburb of Damascus.
The ministry held the UN Security Council responsible for the results of the aggression, stressing Syria’s right in defending itself, its sovereignty and territories in the face of any aggression.
It also said the Security Council’s failure in condemning the Israeli attacks would have its repercussions on the entire region and international peace alike.
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