The air strikes on a market in rebel-held Atareb in northern Syria last November 13 killed at least 84 people, including five children, and injured around 150 others, the UN Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Syria said in its latest report.
Airstrikes, and artillery and rocket fire on the last major rebel-held enclave near the capital Damascus have killed hundreds and devastated residential areas since they began on 18 February.
The UN's refugee agency UNHCR said the convoy was in the town of Douma for almost nine hours before it cut short its mission. The intensity of the attacks has accelerated in the past two weeks, during which about 700 civilians were reported killed.
"(Syrian) government forces continued to use chemical weapons against armed group fighters in eastern Ghouta", it said in its report.
Turkey yesterday announced it would establish camps in neighbouring Syria, including near the border in Idlib, to settle 170,000 people fleeing from the civil war.
The ministry says its negotiators in Syria late on Monday called on all rebels leaders in eastern Ghouta to allow civilians leave the area, which has been under a crippling siege for weeks. It added that a World Health Organization official said, "All trauma kits, surgical, dialysis sessions and insulin were rejected by security".
"Some 400,000 innocent civilians are trapped with no food, water or medicine".
In the event in which militants should accept the offer, they will be provided with "the necessary number of vehicles and protection along the entire route", said the Russian general, without elaborating on where they would be taken.
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The International Committee for the Red Cross also confirmed that its joint convoy with the United Nations had to leave before offloading all its supplies on account of the deteriorating security situation Monday.
Regime ally Russian Federation last week announced a five-hour daily "humanitarian pause" in Eastern Ghouta, during which it said it would guarantee safe passage to civilians wishing to flee the enclave.
"After repeated delaying of the resolution of the UN Security Council 2401..."
Damascus and Moscow have accused rebels of preventing civilians from leaving in order to use them as human shields.
President Emmanuel Macron said Monday he expects Russian Federation, which voted in favor of resolution 2401, "to take real and concrete steps to immediately stop the indiscriminate bombings and the sieges against civilians".
In remarks broadcast on state television on Sunday, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said his forces would push on.
Russian Federation meanwhile offered a safe passage to militants holed up in eastern Ghouta.