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Monday, April 16, 2018

US Ambassador suspects Russia of concealment of traces of himataki in Syria

Russia could “cheat” and destroy evidence on the alleged chemical attack in the Syrian city of Duma in the Damascus suburbs. This opinion was expressed by the U.S. permanent representative to the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) Kenneth ward.

Kenneth Ward. Photo: opcw.org

Their loud statements ward made during a private meeting of the Council in the Hague on Monday, April 16. According to the American representative, the Russians may be the first called for the alleged chemical attack in Eastern ghouta, which gave them the opportunity to clean her up.

“We are concerned that the Russians could cheat to thwart the efforts of the OPCW mission to establish facts in order to conduct an effective investigation,” ward was quoted by Reuters.

In his speech the US representative stressed that the OPCW condemns the Syrian government for the “rule by chemical terror” and demands to bring to justice those who committed these “heinous acts”.

On the night of 14 April, the United States, France and Britain have released on Syria 103 rockets, 71 of which were intercepted by Syrian air defense. The reason for the bombing was allegedly dropped on the city of Duma near Damascus chlorine bomb. The Syrian government and Russia the use of toxic substances deny. The OPCW information about the chemical attack is not yet confirmed.

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