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Syrian woman under umbrella. Kostas Pikoulas/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire

È tempo di metter fine alla guerra siriana

NEW YORK – La Siria rappresenta oggi la più grande catastrofe umanitaria al mondo e un focolaio geopolitico molto pericoloso. La popolazione siriana è intrappolata in un bagno di sangue, con oltre 400.000 morti e 10 milioni di profughi.

I violenti gruppi jihadisti appoggiati da mecenati esterni devastano senza pietà e vessano la popolazione. Tutte le parti coinvolte nel conflitto – il regime del presidente Bashar al-Assad, le forze anti-Assad supportate dagli Stati Uniti e da suoi alleati e lo Stato islamico – hanno commesso, e continuano a commettere, gravi crimini di guerra.

È tempo che si giunga a una soluzione, basata su una trasparente e realistica considerazione dei fattori che hanno scatenato la guerra.

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