The Ministry of foreign Affairs of France released a report, allegedly implicating the guilt of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for carrying out a chemical attack in Idlib province. French intelligence concluded that the order was given either Assad himself or someone from his nearest environment.
The report States that scouts allegedly failed to obtain samples from the scene of the incident, “utilizing the necessary resources,” reports Reuters.
In the six-page document States that in the samples there were traces of sarin, and a mixture of hexamine (urotropine), which supposedly indicates a chemical weapons produced in the Syrian laboratories. Was diisopropyl methylphosphate — a byproduct of the synthesis of sarin.
The French secret service, among other things, indicate that their analysis of the “tactical situation” in the region showed that opposing Assad terrorist groups do not possess chemical weapons.
In addition, in Paris, expressed doubt that the Assad regime really destroyed all stockpiles of chemical weapons.
In turn, the Kremlin, commenting on the data of the French intelligence service, said that Moscow’s position on this issue remains unchanged — the Kremlin insisted on the official investigation of the events in Khan Sheyhun.
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