"After three days it is absolutely clear for everyone that the allegedly bombed "hospitals" and "mobile clinics" in Aleppo exist only in US State Department spokesman John Kirby's imagination. This "information blooper" will certainly remain a stain on Admiral Kirby's biography," Konashenkov said.
Recently, John Kirby blamed the Russian Aerospace Forces for allegedly "bombing hospitals" in Syria.
The Russian side has often requested international organizations to provide data on the presence of any medical facilities and schools in terrorist-held territories in Syria but the organizations said they did not have information on the existence of any of such facilities.
"We have repeatedly asked representatives of the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, other countries and international organizations to provide any information on the location of medical aid posts ['hospitals'] or schools in Syrian areas controlled by terrorists," Konashenkov said.
"The answer is always the same — no one has such information," he said.
"There are only reports by the "White Helmets" or anonymous local "journalists" ("activists")," the spokesman said.
Western countries accuse Russia of prolonging violence by giving air support to Syrian troops, while Moscow insists that ending the violence is only possible by cooperating with the legitimate government.