Vice President Risk Management Monica Dorhoi official statement on the latest state of affairs of Syria

 

For Immediate Release
April 5, 2017

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Vice President Risk Management Monica Dorhoi official statement on the latest state of affairs of Syria

Washington DC – Vice President Monica Dorhoi has learnt with incredible sadness of the chemical release of lethal substances on Syrian children of 2 and 3 years of age.

My hearts and prayers go to the young mothers watching with despair the young children die in their arms.

Vice President Monica Dorhoi has been the greatest supporter of Syrian cultural and economic heritage in the last decades.

Knowing the country on the ground, Ms Dorhoi has advised the United States Government to continue the search operation that will in fact show the world that much worst things are happening in Syria right now.

The Syrian government is hiding many more things and  the intentional criminal attack of the Syrian gove nment on children is not the worse that they are doing right now. There I spoke lot more that the Syrian government is hiding right now. A whole lot more.

It is not a mother that says so. It is a sister to let the world know about the pain of a nation to see its children be slaughtered in plain sight for the single purpose to receive obedience from its people.

My prayers and hopes are with the children of Syria.

Because of the attack Ms Dorhoi will take on this year as task to work on children affected by violence and displaced around the world.

In 2016, Ms Dorhoi has been the American Ambassador for American Diabetes Association and in 2016 the American Ambassador for American Heart Association.

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