DAMASCUS, Residents of the Syrian capital demanded the punishment of the terrorists who cut the supply of drinking water to the city and handed a letter to Hadiya Abbas, president of the National Parliament.
After receiving the statement, Abbas told the press that such action is considered a 'war crime' and against 'humanity', adding that 'Syria will continue fighting until reaching the final victory.'
The letter from the villagers called on the Syrian Parliament to voice their concerns to the whole world and to the international community as to pressure the terrorists to end the war imposed against this nation.
A similar document was delivered to the United Nations representative here, in which it is warned that the water cut to five million people would lead to a humanitarian catastrophe, which involves the intervention of the international community to pressure the sponsors of the terrorists and solve the present situation.
Since last December 20, extremist elements in the Barada Valley area have sabotaged the water plant in the town of Ein Fijeh, the terrorists broke the ceasefire and truce implemented to allowed the entry in the city of the repair brigades and they also attacked members of the local reconciliation committees.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK