Syria has asked the OPCW to verify the existence of chemical weapons in Khan Sheyhun and Chirata

Syria has asked the OPCW to verify the existence of chemical weapons in Khan Sheyhun and Chirata

UN 13 APR — RIA Novosti. Syria sent a letter to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW), inviting her to check the presence of chemical weapons in Khan Sheyhun, where it was allegedly used, and at the base of the government troops Shirt, which the US attacked under the pretext of chemical weapons, said on Wednesday the permanent representative of Syria to the UN Bashar ja’afari.

“My country in the context of the ongoing transparent cooperation with the OPCW indeed sent a letter to the Director-General of the organization urging them to send a neutral, professional and impartial mission in Khan shaykhun and the base Shirt in order to establish exactly what happened, in a comprehensive, transparent and fair manner. Syria declares its readiness to grant access of the mission to the base Shirt, to be set whether to apply there the sarin and whether he was there in custody,” said ja’afari.

Thus, according to him, the mission’s access to Khan shaykhun should provide a terrorist group “dzhebhat an-Nusra” (banned in Russia), which controls the area

Washington and its coalition allies have accused the Syrian army of using chemical weapons in Khan Sheyhun in Idlib province. USA, not showing any evidence of this and not listening to the call to conduct a thorough investigation before to prove the guilt of the Syrian authorities, attacked a Syrian military base on the night of 7 April. According to the Pentagon, there were 59 missiles.

The purpose of the missile strike, the US was the airfield shirt, which, according to the American authorities, were committed himataki in Idlib province.

While earlier, the foreign Minister of Syria Walid Muallem said that the Syrian government forces have never used and do not intend to use chemical weapons against peaceful citizens and against terrorists, stressing that it has long been exported from the territory of the country by the OPCW. The accusations Damascus has called fabricated.