The media learned about the U.S. attempts to export from the Duma, the bodies of the victims of the alleged himataki
Moscow. April 12. INTERFAX.RU. The United States in recent days has sought to achieve removal from the Eastern Guta of corpses of people who died in the course of the alleged himataki, according to Thursday by the British newspaper The Guardian.
According to the newspaper, American experts are trying to determine whether in this case applied a more potent toxic agent than chlorine.
Samples can be taken out of Syria used by smugglers routes leading, including the territory of Jordan, the newspaper notes.
“Obtaining samples for analysis, especially the corpses of the victims, this week it was a priority, while the US is trying to determine whether in this case applied some sort of chemical except chlorine”, — writes the edition.
The newspaper quoted unnamed American officials, noting that traces of such substances can be detected in the blood or urine of victims in the week after himataki.
On 7 April representatives of the armed Syrian opposition in Eastern ghouta reported the possible use by government forces of poison gas in the city Duma against the militants and the civilian population. Damascus denied allegations of use of chemical weapons. In Moscow said that the Russian military is not in the Duma traces of chlorine.