Syria: Russian Reconciliation Center Warns of Possible Chemical Attack in Idlib
The Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria says militants from the Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham have stored containers containing toxic substances to provoke the Syrian government.
Today, Thursday, the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria revealed that the terrorists in Idlib intend to launch chemical weapons attacks and pin them on the Syrian government.
In a Facebook post, the center said that militants from the former "Hayat Tahrir al-Sham", al-Nusra Front, stored containers containing toxic materials in an underground shelter near the city of Sarmada in Idlib governorate.
The center added that the terrorists intend to engage in provocations to accuse the Syrian government forces of using chemical weapons against civilians.
The Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria also called on the leaders of the illegal armed formations to renounce armed provocations and follow through with peaceful settlements.
The Grayzone website published a series of "leaks [that] expose how senior Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) officials censored this explosive finding" in the Syrian city of Douma.
In its investigation, the website stated that "in the early days of the OPCW’s investigation of an alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria, expert toxicologists ruled out chlorine gas as the cause of death for more than 40 civilians reported at the scene."