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Honorable Chairs, fellow delegates, and members of the United Nations,

The delegate of Russian Federation strongly recommends discuss the
agenda focused on how to destroy militants in Iraq’s western regions in order
to prevent the comeback of ISIS to Syria, and how to exclude the revival of the
Islamic Caliphate there regarding on the agenda seeking ways to restore order
in the formerly IS-Controlled region and to prevent the reconstruction of such
terrorist groups.

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The beginning of ISIS starts back when the jihadists exploited the
chaos and divisions within both Syria and Iraq. IS grew out of what was al-Qaeda
in Iraq, and the group joined the rebellion against President Bashar al Assad
in Syria, where it found shelter and easy to access weapons.

In 2013, the group began seizing control of territory in Syria and
changed its name to Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL). At its
peak, around 10 million people were living in territory under IS control.

 

Exact number of casualties from the conflict with IS are not available
due to the inaccessibility of many areas and the conflicting reports from the
various partied to the war there. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a
UK-based monitoring group, reported in December 2017 that it had documented the
deaths of more than 346,600 people, including 103,490 civilians, since the
uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began March 2011. But it noted that
the figure did not include 56,900 people who were missing and presumed dead.

 As ISIS is now being forced out
of Iraq and Syria, another problem is the likely resurgence of hostilities
between rival groups. Already Iraqi forces have pushed the Kurds back from land
they took during the fight against IS around Kirkuk.

Russia’s jets began air strikes against terrorists in Syria in
September 2015, along with supporting the al-Assad regime to defeat ISIS.

 

Even though the annual number of casualties has decreased slightly
each year since 2014, still more than 10thousand innocent victim is not a
number that can be neglected, so this delegate strongly believes that efforts
are needed until there are clearly no more of damage.Honorable Chairs, fellow delegates, and members of the United Nations,The delegate of Russian Federation strongly recommends discuss the
agenda focused on how to destroy militants in Iraq’s western regions in order
to prevent the comeback of ISIS to Syria, and how to exclude the revival of the
Islamic Caliphate there regarding on the agenda seeking ways to restore order
in the formerly IS-Controlled region and to prevent the reconstruction of such
terrorist groups. The beginning of ISIS starts back when the jihadists exploited the
chaos and divisions within both Syria and Iraq. IS grew out of what was al-Qaeda
in Iraq, and the group joined the rebellion against President Bashar al Assad
in Syria, where it found shelter and easy to access weapons.In 2013, the group began seizing control of territory in Syria and
changed its name to Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL). At its
peak, around 10 million people were living in territory under IS control. Exact number of casualties from the conflict with IS are not available
due to the inaccessibility of many areas and the conflicting reports from the
various partied to the war there. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a
UK-based monitoring group, reported in December 2017 that it had documented the
deaths of more than 346,600 people, including 103,490 civilians, since the
uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began March 2011. But it noted that
the figure did not include 56,900 people who were missing and presumed dead. As ISIS is now being forced out
of Iraq and Syria, another problem is the likely resurgence of hostilities
between rival groups. Already Iraqi forces have pushed the Kurds back from land
they took during the fight against IS around Kirkuk.Russia’s jets began air strikes against terrorists in Syria in
September 2015, along with supporting the al-Assad regime to defeat ISIS. 

Even though the annual number of casualties has decreased slightly
each year since 2014, still more than 10thousand innocent victim is not a
number that can be neglected, so this delegate strongly believes that efforts
are needed until there are clearly no more of damage.

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