The report of the independent Commission to investigate human rights violations in Syria to the extent that the allegations of Russia and Damascus, is an example of a poorly fabricated, politically biased fakes. Such opinion as transfers RIA Novosti news Agency, told journalists the Russian permanent representative to the UN office at Geneva Alexei Borodavkin.
“The report in the part relating to Russia and the use of chemical weapons by the armed forces of Syria, is an example of a politically biased fake, and even crudely fabricated” — he stressed. To such accusations Moscow is not worth paying attention to, added the Ambassador.
“Some time ago to trade Russophobic lie became fashionable in political and diplomatic circles. But the situation is gradually changing. Even where such concoctions are still in demand, the political price for them is falling rapidly,” said Borodavkin.
Wednesday, September 6, independent Commission of inquiry on Syria established by the UN Council on human rights, presented the 14th report on human rights violations in the country. There, in particular, contains statements that Russia allegedly continues to bomb hospitals in Syria on the territories controlled by the armed opposition, as well as direct accusations against Damascus to use chemical weapons in April in Khan Sheyhun.
The members of the Commission who do not have direct access to Syria, declare that he came to his conclusions on the basis of evidence, and exploring satellite images and photos of the shells, made after the attack Khan Sheyhun.
April 4 at the town of Khan Shaykhun was dumped chemical munitions, killing 87 people, injured about 200. The Syrian opposition and Western countries accuse the air force attack by Syrian government forces. In Damascus said that the army did not use and not to use chemical weapons on the battlefield.
Three days later, the President of the United States Donald trump ordered to launch a missile attack on the airfield shirt, which is used by Syrian government aircraft. In all there were 58 cruise missiles.