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The foreign Ministry assessed the situation around the report of the OPCW on gimatecan in Syria

No response to numerous calls for Russia to deal with the manipulations during the preparation of the report of the OPCW on gimatecan in Syria and not followed, it seems that the problem is simply trying to "hush up", reads the statement of the foreign Ministry.

The OPCW on April 8 published a report on the investigation of chemical attacks in Syria to 2017. According to the findings of the investigation team, air strikes in the province of Hama, using shells with chlorine, and sarin was made by the Syrian air force. The Syrian foreign Ministry said that the report of the OPCW contains fake and fabricated conclusions, which aim at distorting the facts and the prosecution of the Syrian authorities. In Damascus stressed that the SAR troops never used chemical weapons.

Zakharov warned about the risk of total paralysis of the work of the OPCW

The Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) may be completely paralyzed, if not put an end to attempts by Western countries to promote their selfish agenda, as stated in the commentary official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

She noted that Western countries at the recent session of the Executive Council of the OPCW, promoted approval of the first report of the group for the investigation and identification of the events in the Syrian al-Latamne. In Moscow the findings of the report is considered doubtful, and the document "biased, politically biased, factually inaccurate, extremely weak from a professional point of view, technically inconclusive".

Russia called the findings the report of the OPCW on Syria questionable

Russia and some member countries of the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons believe that the conclusions of the report of the investigation and identification (SRV) of alleged chemical attacks in Syria to 2017 threaten to result in further division of the OPCW, said in a statement on the foreign Ministry website.

The OPCW on April 8 published a report on the investigation of chemical attacks in Syria to 2017. According to the findings of the investigation team, air strikes in the province of Hama, using shells with chlorine, and sarin was made by the Syrian air force. The Syrian foreign Ministry said that the report of the OPCW contains fake and fabricated conclusions, which aim at distorting the facts and the prosecution of the Syrian authorities. In Damascus stressed that the SAR troops never used chemical weapons.

The US welcomed the request of the OPCW by Syria on chemical weapons

The United States welcomes the requirement of the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) to Syria to report on perhaps the country toxic substances, said in a written statement of the state Department.

"Today's decision clearly States the measures to be taken by the government of Syria, including: report on the facilities which were developed, stored and from where they supplied the chemical weapons used in al-Latamne (in March 2017)

The Russian Ambassador said that Moscow will not leave Damascus in the fight against sanctions

Russia will support Syria in the fight against "economic terrorism" the U.S. and EU countries after the introduction of new sanctions against the global pandemic of coronavirus, said the Russian Ambassador in Damascus Alexander Efimov.

"Neither Russia, which during its thousand-year history, endured many trials much more serious than this nor Syria, which has withstood years of brutal war with this terrorism can not break the economic terror. These attempts fail in the same way as already failed attempts of the Syrian people to impose the will of others by force of arms," - said Efimov during online speech on the occasion of Russia Day.

The terrorists burned wheat fields in North-Eastern Syria, media reported

Militants have set fire to fields of wheat and malt in the Syrian province of al-hasakah, writes the Syrian state Agency SANA.

According to the Agency, citing local sources, the militants "among terrorist groups burned fields of wheat and malt in the district of RAS al-Ayn in the Northern province of al-Hasaka".