The Russian centre for reconciliation in Syria said about the staged shooting himataki

Shooting with the consequences of attacks using chemical agents in Syria was staged and involved in this were the operators of the TV channel “al Jazeera”. This is with reference to local residents and representatives of the opposition announced the Russian center for the reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria, reports RIA Novosti.

“The settlements Sarakeb and Jisr-EA-Shugur special “videomagazine” during the past week carried a staged photo shoot depicting the consequences of attacks and air strikes”, — quotes Agency message center.

On may 4, a military-diplomatic source said stringers, “al-Jazeera” had staged the shooting with the purpose to falsify the facts of the use by the Syrian army chemical weapons against the civilian population. He said that information about the fake shooting pan-Arab channel “had been confirmed through multiple channels of information.” The channel has denied this information.

On 28 April, the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW), which conducts investigations of a chemical attack in Idlib refused to prematurely place the blame on any side. The organization said that they it is known only that on 4 April in the Syrian province was sarin gas used.

26 APR blame for the chemical attack in Syria on official authorities laid and France. The Russian foreign Ministry has subjected this approval to harsh criticism. On 20 April, Moscow gave the OPCW evidence to show the staged nature of the incident in Idlib.

11 April, the Swedish organization “Doctors for human rights” (SWEDHR) has accused the organization of “White helmets” in the falsification of evidence of a chemical attack that was allegedly carried out by the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

The opposition insists that chemical weapons were used by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad, which killed 87 people and injured more than 200. He called the incident a provocation, noting that no chemical attack was not.