Arab and international Since 2017-06-30 at 15:44 (Baghdad time)
Mawazine News - Follow up
The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the report of the Special Mission of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on the alleged use of sarin gas in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikun is based on questionable data.
In a statement issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry, Mawazine News, "it is very regrettable that, after initial examination of the document, we must confirm that its conclusions are based on highly dubious data obtained by the NGO from the non-governmental organizations, including the White Helmets, At the scene, but in a neighboring country. "
"It is not surprising that the content of the report is biased in many respects, which leads us to assume that there is political motivation in the work of the organization," he said.
Moscow expressed "surprise at the announcement by the United States Permanent Representative to the UN Security Council, Nikki Halle, that the experts of the Organization revealed" the truth is irrefutable. "
"The Russian side is not entirely sure of the credibility of a number of the constants on which the report is based," the Russian Foreign Ministry statement said. "It makes the reader who is not aware of the subject the sole conclusion that the responsibility lies with the Syrian army."
The Russian Foreign Ministry stressed the need for the joint investigation mechanism between the United Nations and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on the use of chemical weapons in Syria to reveal all the circumstances of the tragic incident and identify those responsible for it, expressing the hope of Moscow to visit experts not only Khan Sheikun, The United States maintains that the Syrian army keeps its chemical stockpiles inside. Ending 29/34