Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have called on Syrian government to stop its deadly assault on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta, to allow humanitarian aid to the civilians.
In a statement on twitter, Saudi Foreign Ministry urged Damascus to adhere to the UN Security Council resolution, which calls for a nationwide ceasefire and a political transition.
The Emirati Foreign Ministry expressed concern at the escalation of violence and called for an "immediate truce" to halt the bloodshed and protect civilians. It also called for allowing humanitarian and medical aid to civilians. APP