Basnews-ERBIL – Germany has decried the recent air raids carried out by the Syrian regime on Idlib province where over 100 civilians were reportedly killed in two weeks.
“We condemn heavy bombings that targeted the humanitarian infrastructure,” Christofer Burger, deputy spokesperson for the foreign ministry of Germany, said at a press conference on Wednesday, as quoted by Anadolu Agency.
He further accused the Syrian regime and its allies of targeting several medical points funded by Germany, arguing that it is a violation to the international humanitarian law.
“Any military action [against terrorist groups] must be in compliance with the international law, the civilian population must be protected,” he said.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, a total of 108 civilians had been killed in Idlib since April 26 due to the airstrikes and bombardments by the Syrian government and its allies.