U.S. Detained Civilians in Syria
In current world's threats posed by Coronavirus COVID-19, the United States reiterated its call for the Assad regime to take concrete steps to protect the fate of thousands of civilians, including American citizens, in congested and inhumane conditions in the regime's detention centers was held arbitrarily. These conditions are prominent for the rapid spread of the coronsvirus, which has devastating effects on vulnerable detainees who are already in poor health after months or even years of torture, and lack of access to medical care. We arbitrarily demand the immediate release of all detained citizens including women, children and the elderly. In addition, the government should immediately provide grants to fair and independent institutions, including medical and health organizations, access to the government's detention facilities. If the Assad regime maintains its current campaign against the Syrian people, it will be protected against the coronavirus COVID-19 disease. There is a risk of spreading from spread to epic proportions of Coronavirus, putting the lives of Syrians in danger across the country. The regime must end all hostilities and arbitrarily detain thousands of civilians detained in the regime's detention centers to reduce the disastrous spread of the coronavirus, and the smooth flow of humanitarian aid to IDP camps within Syria should allow. The regime must take immediate measures to protect the Syrian people, as well as American citizens in Syria, from the devastating effects of this epidemic.