Ambassador Haddad: Saudi, Turkish regimes want to rescue ISIS

Moscow, SANA- Syria’s Ambassador in Moscow Riad Haddad said on Monday that the Turkish and Saudi regimes’ aim of their land operations, they talk about, is to rescue the terrorist organization of the Islamic State (ISIS).

“Turkey facilities the crossing of hundreds of terrorists and gunmen through its territories into Syria while Saudi Arabia doesn’t stop talking about the change of regime in Syria,” Haddad told Russia 24 channel in an interview.

In a relevant context, Haddad held the US-led international coalition responsible for shelling a hospital for “Doctors without borders” organization in the Syrian city of Idleb.

He pointed out to “intelligence information” which proves that the warplanes of the US coalition have raided the Hospital, adding this incident has no relation to the Russian air forces.


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