Russia wants investigations on the ‘alleged’ Chemical Attacks in Syria

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that Russia will do its best to help deploy experts of the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in Eastern Ghouta to probe alleged chemical attack on Douma, the IRNA reports.

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Image: Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov

Referring to significance of the OPCW’s investigations in Douma, he said that US, UK, France vetoed a Russian proposed resolution for clarifying the event in Douma in Security Council and launched attack on Syria several days later.

“They are arguing that the experts can undertake investigation even without any resolution,” he said.

According to Ryabkov, missile attack once again revealed baselessness of these countries’ claims on chemical attack in Douma.

US, UK, France attacked Syria with over 100 missiles in response to alleged chemical attack.

Western nations, particularly France, the United States and the United Kingdom, have blamed the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad for the attack, but he denies using chemical weapons in Douma.

8 thoughts on “Russia wants investigations on the ‘alleged’ Chemical Attacks in Syria

      1. Kettle calling pot black. Russia is spying on other nations, breaking bank codes, sponsoring jihadists and toppling governments. What does it seek to gain from probing that? The answer is obvious. It has special interest in Syria and Putin is not shy to prove it.

      2. Let Russia handle the investigations. I think they already know exactly what transpired. They’re good at sniffing around.

      3. Russia will always do what it wants. Other governments talk and shut the f up. They’ve infiltrated nations with no consequences. The UK is a good example.

      4. The US, UK, Russia and France, among all other superpowers know how to settle their differences while innocent people are murdered. Politics is a game of interests.