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MOSCOW, February 15. /TASS/. The international community and media are concerned about the humanitarian crisis in Syria, but ignore the situation on the Syrian-Turkish border, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Maria Zakharova told RT TV channel on Monday.
"The international community and mass media raise concerns about the humanitarian situation in Syria and accuse Russia of regarding its actions in the country, but they ignore the situation on the Syrian-Turkey border and Turkey’s actions in the area," Zakharova said.
"It is important to draw attention to the humanitarian crisis on the Syrian-Turkish border," the diplomat added.