India Warned The UN, Mercenaries Are Involved In Syria

India warned the UN, the mercenaries involved in Syria are also a threat to other countries. India has warned the world community at the United Nations Security Council that foreign and mercenary fighters involved in the Syrian conflict have begun to move elsewhere.

This has increased the danger in other countries as well. India’s permanent representative at the United Nations, TS Gurumurthy, told the Security Council that India is ready to play its positive role on this platform.

He reminded the meeting on the Syrian issue that the first statement on the Syrian conflict issue was issued in August 2011 under the chairmanship of India.

Then in December 2012, three proposals on Syria were accepted. There has been no significant progress in terms of implementation and terrorism in any of these three.

Thirumurthy said that after eight years we are making a new beginning in the Security Council, still, we are seeing that the Syrian problem does not seem to be going away.

The political process has not even begun. The permanent representative of India expressed concern that Syria’s terrorism is spreading to other places, even to Africa, as the problem is not resolved. Syrian mercenaries are building their hideouts elsewhere.

Suicide Attack in Central Baghdad: suicide attack in Baghdad, 6 killed; Dozens injured

Iraq’s capital Baghdad had a suicide attack on Thursday, killing about 6 people and injuring 25 people. Officials said that the condition of many of the two injured here was critical. The sound of explosions was heard in Baghdad’s Tairan Square.

Three police officials said two blasts occurred at the commercial center in central Baghdad. Iraqi State Television reported that it was a suicide blast.

This is the first attack of this year in the busy commercial area of ​​Baghdad, an official said on condition of anonymity. Let me tell you that there is political tension in Iraq these days and elections are to be held in October.

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