Bashar al-Assad declared for RIA Novosti that UN failed to send any official to investigate the chemical weapon attack from Khan Sheikhoun and the United States are not allowing experts to travel to Syria because everything is a lie.
Moreover, the Syrian leader insisted on the idea if the experts don’t show up in Syria anytime soon, everyone will see that everything was set-up to make him look bad.
On Thursday, the Russian army questioned the data gathered by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which suggested the victims of the attack were exposed to sarin gas or to a similar neurotoxic substance.
A spokesperson of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Igor Konasenko questioned the fact that someone could’ve collect samples and submit tests in such short notice.
He even pinpointed that he wishes to receive answers to these questions as soon as possible.
Konasenko mentioned that only an extremely objective investigation can establish the real circumstances about what happened at Khan Sheikhoun.
United States and other occidental countries accused the Syrian government of initiating the attack.
Ahmet Uzumcu, the CEO from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons announced on Wednesday that four different labs are indicating a clear exposure to sarin gas.
On 4th April, the Syrian province of Idlib became the target of an offensive operation conducted by Bashar al-Assad’s forces.
100 civilians established in the rebel-held area and 11 innocent children were killed and other 400 are severely injured.
The air strike consisted in launching a chemical weapon with sarin gas.
Seconds after they launched the projectile, the chaos was installed.