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Topic - Jeffrey D. Feltman
The U.N. political chief says Iran's delivery of weapons to the Syrian government is an apparent violation of U.N. sanctions banning arms exports by Tehran.
A cease-fire is "indispensable" for urgently needed humanitarian efforts to succeed, the undersecretary-general for political affairs Jeffrey Feltman told an emergency meeting of the Security Council on Friday.
But that's not going to halt the investigation, Jeffrey Feltman, U.N. under-secretary for political affairs said, in The Guardian.