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MOSCOW, September 5 /TASS/. Today’s terror attacks in Syria are calling into question the effectiveness of implementation of UN Security Council resolutions on cutting off various aid channels to terrorists, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a comment on Monday.
"A wave of terror, which has swept the Syrian cities, are once again calling into question the effectiveness of implementation of the relevant UN Security Council resolutions concerning ways of cutting off various aid channels to international terrorists who have entrenched themselves in Syria," the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed.
"We proceed from the fact that only consistent collective efforts by the world community to fight terrorists and extremists, can contribute to establishing a comprehensive political process in Syria capable of stopping violence and bringing the situation back to normal," the Russian Foreign Ministry said.