(ANSAmed) - RABAT, JUNE 28 - Morocco, through its ambassador at the United Nations, Omar Hilale, has launched an appeal to the international community to ''double its efforts to come to a political solution for the Syrian crisis, in the lines of the Kofi Annan plan, in response to the legitimate aspirations for liberty, democracy and development of our Syrian brothers." The ambassador made this request on the occasion of the presentation of the report drafted by the commission that investigates the violence in Syria. Hilale, Moroccan press agency MAP writes, said that Morocco strongly denounces the murder and brutal treatment of innocent civilians, as well as the abuse of women and children, sexual violence in particular, ''flagrant violations of human rights." The massacre of El-Houleh ''is an unjustifiable, unacceptable act condemnable by international law." The violence bust end immediately, in line with the multiple appeals made by the Human Rights Council and the Security Council, the Moroccan ambassador continued, adding that ''the immediate cessation of this violence is indispensible to allow humanitarian assistance to reach more than one and a half million people who need help." (ANSAmed).