Lavrov's remarks came at a press conferene in Moscow following his talks with Ghana's Foreign Minister Hannah Tetteh, RT reported Wednesday.
“This was not the first report of such a massacre, but the continued violence is going off the scale. Yesterday there was a new terror attack in Damascus. It must be stopped immediately,” he added.The Russian foreign minister further expressed outrage at the refusal of “some Security Council members” to condemn atrocities committed by some Syrian opposition forces based on dual standards.
“We saw before some Security Council members reluctant to condemn terror attacks in Syria on the grounds that - as cynical as it sounds - those attacks are being carried out by the people fighting against an obsolete regime,” Lavrov emphasized.
“This position is absolutely unacceptable. No double standards can be applied to terrorism.”The top Russian diplomat further reiterated Moscow’s call on other organizers of a proposed international conference in Geneva for a peaceful resolution of the Syrian crisis to exert more pressure on the country’s opposition forces.
“I hope those with influence over the opposition make them realize that they should think about their country and the fate of their people rather than grabbing power,” he said.
Arabic-language al-Alam News Network reported Monday that the Foreign-backed militants fighting the Syrian government attacked Tal Abyad district of Raqqa governorate in Kurdish-populated northern Syria, killing 330 women and elderly men as well as 120 children.
The massacre came a week after al-Nusra militants attacked two Kurdish villages in Aleppo and took around 200 civilians hostage.
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