NZ condemns attack in Syria
Hon Murray McCully
Minister of Foreign Affairs
NZ condemns attack in
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has condemned the
bombing in the northwest of Syria where dozens of people
have been killed in a chemical weapons attack.
appalled to learn of another attack in an area where
chemical weapons have previously been used,” Mr McCully
“Our thoughts and sympathies are with the victims
of this barbaric attack, which is especially horrific for
the number of children killed and injured.
join others in calling for a full investigation into the
atrocity and for the perpetrators to be held to account.
“This adds yet another sad chapter to the ongoing
humanitarian catastrophe in Syria.
Council must take action, or we will continue to see more
horrific acts like this,” Mr McCully says.
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