UN Security Council Votes As For month-long Syria Ceasefire

We all have been aware of the condition of Syria these days! United Nations has since voted in order to permit humanitarian access and evacuations. The members of the United Nations Security Council voted on a resolution demanding a 30-day humanitarian ceasefire across Syria. It is to be reported that the Syria death toll has risen on the amount of about 500 as the eastern bombing continues in Syria.

Moreover, the demand meant for the 30 days of the ceasefire was carried out to on the  basis that was immediately needed. Just one minute after the voting, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that news that the Syrian regime warplanes had even bombed eastern Ghouta, a besieged rebel enclave of about the amount of 400,000 people.

This overall voting of the resolution has been on the whole proposed by the Kuwait and Sweden, even pulling it off, after about three days of Russian objections. The version that was accepted was a little bit different than the original version. The vote was postponed for two hours on Saturday as Russia ditched at the last minute.   In the last five days, it has been reported around that more than 520 deaths and more than 2,500 wounded.

In short, this resolution is demanding for the access of the humanitarian deliveries and medical evacuation to the amount of about 5.6 million people in 1,244 communities.