The defense Ministry denied the strike on Khan Sheyhun in Syria
The Russian defense Ministry denied its strikes Russian VKS on the village of Khan shaykhun in the Syrian province of Idlib, which killed 58 people. This was reported in the Russian defense Ministry, reports “RIA Novosti”.
“The British Agency Reuters, reporting the involvement of the Russian aircraft bombing Hambarian Khan shaykhun, managed to misinterpret even the original source of this news — British “Observatory of human rights in Syria”, nothing about it said,” — noted in the defense Ministry.
On Tuesday, April 4, in the Syrian province of Idlib in the city of Khan Sheyhun victims of the alleged chemical attack have been killed at least 58 people, including 11 children. This is reported by sources in the medical services and activists, reports the Syrian Observatory for human rights, based in London. According to them, the city dropped bombs, which were presumably filled with gas, causing suffocation. In the attack, many people gasped and fainted and some of the victims mouth was foaming, Reuters reports citing human rights activists.
According to human rights activists, the attack was carried out by the Syrian government or “Russian fighters”, the Agency said. Damascus denies involvement of its military to chemical attack, he said that government troops “have not used and do not use” chemical weapons “in the past and in the future.”