U.S. intelligence doubted the knowledge of Moscow about plans to himatake in Syria

Intelligence community in the United States has no uniform position on the issue that Russia allegedly knew about the plans of a chemical attack by Syrian government forces in Idlib province. This was told to journalists the high-ranking source in the White house, reports TASS.

Earlier, Republican Senator John McCain said that Moscow helped the troops of President Bashar al-Assad, because they “knew about the chemical weapons with which FSI Russian planes made flights”.

April 4, the Syrian opposition has declared that loyal to Assad forces allegedly use chemical weapons in Idlib province. Victims of the attack were 87 people, more than 200 were injured. Damascus his involvement in the incident rejected, however those charges were the pretext for the perfect on the orders of the President of the United States Donald trump strike with cruise missiles at the airfield shirt used by Syrian government aircraft.

The bombing of the air base was damaged or destroyed 20 percent of the aviation of the government troops. White house spokesman Sean Spicer said that the United States reserves the opportunity for new actions in the event of attacks using chemical agents.

Earlier Swedish “Doctors for human rights” (SWEDHR) has accused the organization of “White helmets” in the falsification of evidence of a chemical attack. According to human rights activists, the events in the movies “White helmets” are staged, and the main motive is creating a pretext for imposing Syria no-fly zone.