The UN security Council will hold an April 5 hearing on chemical attack in Syria

The UN Security Council will hold on Wednesday, April 5, emergency open meeting to discuss reports of a chemical attack, allegedly committed in the Syrian province of Idlib. About it as transfers TASS, announced by the US permanent representative Nikki Haley, who is presiding in the security Council this month.

According to her, the session will be held in the format of a public briefing at 10:00 (17:00 GMT). “We’ll take the briefing and consultations on Colombia for the second half of the day to hold an emergency meeting, and we hope to get as much information on the attack in Syria,” said Haley.

To convene an emergency meeting of the security Council demanded the Ministry of foreign Affairs of France on Tuesday, April 4, the same day when it became known about the “gas attack”.

It was claimed that the planes dropped on the opposition controlled town of Khan shaykhun chemical munitions, killing at least 58 people, injured about 200.

The opposition accused the air force attack the government troops. In Damascus said that the army did not use and not to use chemical weapons on the battlefield.