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Syria sends two letters to the United Nations Security

Today, Wednesday, the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent two letters to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, and the President of the Security Council, regarding the recent Israeli aggression.
In a statement, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said, “Damascus reserves the right to respond by appropriate means sanctioned by international law and the Charter of the United Nations,” pointing to the “dangerous consequences resulting from Israel’s continued violation of the Separation of Forces and Disengagement Agreement.”
The statement, which was carried by the Syrian News Agency (SANA), stressed that “the time has become sensitive and urgent, for the General Secretariat and the Security Council to exercise their mandates and take the initiative to condemn these serious crimes.”
4 Syrian soldiers were killed and others wounded in the Israeli aggression on Damascus, early Wednesday. The Syrian News Agency stated that “the Israeli aggression on the vicinity of the city of Damascus at dawn today led to the death of 4 soldiers, the wounding of 3 others, and the infliction of some material losses.”
Earlier, a high-ranking security source revealed that the Syrian air defenses responded to an Israeli aggression carried out by planes from over the occupied territories.
The source also confirmed to the “Sputnik” correspondent in Syria, that the Israeli planes fired a burst of air-to-surface missiles in an attempt to reach some points in the vicinity of the capital, Damascus.
The security source explained that the missiles were able to confront most of the hostile missiles in the airspace of the southwestern countryside of Damascus.
The security source indicated that the technical teams are currently evaluating the damage caused by the Israeli aggression, and the results of the investigations will be announced at a later time.

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