“The media reported on the existence of stockpiles of chemical weapons from “Dzhebhat EN-Nusra” in Idlib

– Grouping “Dzhebhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia) has stockpiles of chemical weapons in Idlib province, located in the North-West of Syria, said on Sunday the Syrian news Agency SANA, citing local sources.

According to the Agency, stocks of these weapons are in the number of settlements, including the towns of Maaret al-Misrin and Hasla.

SANA said that terrorists gather in Maaret-Misrin missiles with a range of combat up to 15 km and warheads filled with toxic substances.

Earlier this week, the Associated Press reported that the leadership of the CMP (Joint UN and the Organisation for the prohibition of chemical weapons to investigate chemical attacks in Syria) has made a report in which he expressed confidence “that the Syrian Arab Republic bears responsibility for the use of sarin gas in Khan Sheyhun”. With excerpts of the report were able to see the AP.

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The Associated Press writes that “the experts’ report (the report SMR – if) confirmed the initial findings of the United States, France and Britain that the Syrian plane dropped a bomb with sarin on the town of Khan Shaykhun”.

In Damascus rejected the findings of that report.

Last Friday, the Russian foreign Ministry said that the salary of the OPCW/UN, which, in particular, contain the results of the investigation of the incident with chemical weapons in the Syrian Khan Sheyhun, completely ignores the Russian position on this incident.

April 4 in the Syrian city of Khan shaykhun was carried out the chemical attack, which killed nearly 100 people. Most Western countries and the Syrian opposition blamed it on the Syrian government. In Damascus denies the charges.

However, on the night of 7 April, the United States, using cruise missiles struck the Syrian military base at Shayrat.

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