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Syrian Arab Red Crescent Clarifies AccusationsSalem-News.com
The 7 principles of the international movement of the Red Cross and Red Crescent which are humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.
(DAMASCUS) - During the past 19 months of the crises in Syria the Syrian Arab Red Crescent has been working on the front line all over Syria to provide life saving first aid services to people in need where health and medical services no longer functions, SARC also has been delivering aid materials to the internally displaced people and the most vulnerable people in a transparent and impartial method based on assessment and registration of beneficiaries according to disaster response standards which are known and agreed upon by all donors and partners of SARC.
All donors are involved in the day to day dispatching and delivery of aid materials and witness for themselves who is getting the aid and based on what kind of assessment this aid was given.
SARC and it's volunteers who are working beyond the line of duty feels very hurt and sorry from the wrongful, uncertified and politicized accusations that where done by the Mr. Tawfik Shamaa, Spokesman of the Union of Syrian Medical Relief Organisations (UOSSM) a group which we only known about today.
We would like to draw his and everybody's attention and state that such unfounded accusations can cost volunteers there lives and hinder the humanitarian efforts which is already stretched out in a strongly polarized conflict in Syria which as a Red Crescent society is struggling to have equal cooperation from all parties to be able to serve the people in need in the best way and according to the 7 principles of the international movement of the Red Cross and Red Crescent which are humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.
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