"Syria calls again on the UN Security Council to fulfull its obligations for the sake of peace and security, and to stop the crimes of the US-led coalition against Syrian citizens," the document read.
In the statement released by the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Damascus once again accused the coalition of using white phosphorus, prohibited by international convention, to destroy infrastructure and kill civilians.
"[These actions] have become systematic. The coalition neglects the basics of international law, international humanitarian law and human rights," the statement said.
According to the Syrian news agency SANA, at least 17 people, including women and children, became victims of the coalition strikes in Raqqa on Wednesday. Dozens of people were injured.