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Crisis en Siria: Boletín No.4 14 de agosto 2013 (en inglés)

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UN Department of Public Information No. 4 /14 August 2013

On 8 August, the Secretary-General hosted a working dinner for Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to discuss the conflict in Syria, including the escalating humanitarian crisis and the rise in sectarian violence. During the discussion, the Secretary-General further underscored the need to find a political solution to the crisis and to urgently renew momentum for the holding of an international conference on Syria.

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Crisis en Siria: Boletín No.2 31 de julio 2013 (en inglés)

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UN Department of Public Information No. 2 / 31 July 2013

During a press briefing on 25 July, prior to a meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry, the Secretary-General reiterated his call for an end to military activities by both parties in Syria and for the holding of a peace conference in Geneva as soon as possible. He said that together with Joint Special Representative Lakhdar Brahimi he would spare no effort to convene this meeting. At the same time, he said that the death toll had risen to over 100,000 people killed since 2011.

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Crisis en Siria: Boletín No.1 24 de julio 2013 (en inglés)

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UN Department of Public Information No. 1 / 24 July 2013

During a press conference at UN Headquarters on 22 July, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children in Armed Conflict Leila Zerrougui said that she had been “overwhelmed” by what she had seen during her recent visit to Syria and neighbouring countries Jordan, Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon from 28 June to 18 July.

Syrian children were not just losing their families and homes; they had lost hope and were “full of anger,” she said, noting that if the crisis persisted for much longer, there was a real risk that Syria would have a generation of illiterate people. Sigue leyendo