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Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

Syria: UN didn’t accuse any side of using chemical agents.

While the Russian President Vladimir Putin said that there is no evidence that the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has used chemical weapons against the terrorists in the Arab nation, also the spokesman of the UN Secretary General, Farhan Haq, said in a recent statement that the United Nations (UN) has not accused any side of using chemical weapons in Syria.

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The spokesperson of the UN Secretary General Farhan Haq also confirmed that a vehicle of the UN chemical weapons inspectors came under fire yesterday. The sniper fire caused the stop of the investigation by the team of experts from the UN at a location near the Syrian capital, Damascus.

According to some sources, the UN chemical weapons inspectors tried to investigate the area of Jobar near Damascus in terms whether chemical weapons (e.g. sarin nerve gas or other chemical agents) have been used in this suburb of the Syrian capital on August 22 as it is claimed by the Western propaganda machine and like the allegations (without evidence) by the Israeli regime in Tel Aviv, the French government, Britain and by other usual warmongers say.

However, there is no evidence for these allegations against the Syrian government in Damascus. Further, the team of ANNA-news recorded several videos of the military operations by the Syrian forces in Jobar on August 22 and all records by the team of ANNA-news include no sign of the use of chemical weapons in this suburb of Damascus. In addition, in case the Syrian Army units would have used chemical weapons (e.g. sarin nerve gas),the team of ANNA-news would already be history now.

The spokesman of the UN Secretary General, Farhan Haq, further said in his recent statement that the members of the UN team in Syria returned to their residence (near the Four Seasons hotel in Damascus) after a sniper opened the fire on a vehicle of the UN observers yesterday. At least, there were no casualties.

The members of the UN chemical weapons team in Syria will evaluate the procedures of the start of their investigation yesterday. It is not yet known whether the investigation team of the UN in Syria will resume their investigation whether chemical weapons have been used in the Syrian conflict today. Both is possible according to the spokesman of the UN Secretary General.

The spokesperson of the UN Secretary General also added that they did not accuse “any side as chemical weapons could be used by any party,” and that the United Nations (UN) call for not using chemical weapons because the use of such chemical agents constitutes a violation of the international law regardless of the side which uses them. However, the recent allegations and statements by UN officials showed the usual double-standards of this international organization.

Farhan Haq clarified that 10 UN observers were in the convoy which came under fire yesterday. The 10 UN observers returned to their residence after a sniper opened the fire on them near Damascus. According to the statement by the UN, the observers were at least able to get some samples.

The UN observers of the chemical weapons investigation team in Syria will analyse the samples and hope to get more samples of locations where allegedly chemical weapons have been used by a side in the Syrian conflict. In addition, the UN chemical weapons inspectors in Syria want to collect information about whether the chemical weapons were used on August 21/22 in Jobar.

Meanwhile, the Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that Russia has so far no evidence that the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) have used chemical weapons against the so-called “Syrian rebels”. According to the official website of the British Prime Minister David Cameron, the Russian President Vladimir Putin told him in a recent telephone conversation that Moscow has not evidence for the use of chemical weapons (chemical agents) by the Syrian Army against the terrorists and Putin also said that there is no evidence for such allegations. Further, the President of Russia also stated that there is no evidence of whether a chemical weapons attack has taken place in Syria or who is responsible for such an attack with chemical agents in Syria.

However, this sounds strange because an investigation by Russian experts came to the result that sarin nerve gas has been used by a group of terrorists in an attack on Syrian civilians and soldiers in Khan al-Assal (Khan al-Asal / near Aleppo) in March, 2013. One does not know whether Putin forgot about this investigation of samples from the location of attack in Khan al-Assal by a team of Russian experts or if the website of David Cameron has wilfully concealed this information.

Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

The British Prime Minister David Cameron and the Russian President Vladimir Putin had this urgent telephone conversation on Monday afternoon regarding the sniper attack on a vehicle of the team of UN chemical inspectors near the Syrian capital, Damascus.

After the urgent phone call between Vladimir Putin and David Cameron, a spokesperson of the British government confirmed the information on the official website of the warmonger Cameron, that the Russian President said that Moscow has no evidence of whether a chemical weapons attack had taken place or who was responsible for such an attack with chemical agents in Syria.

However, as stated, there is at least some evidence in terms of the use of chemical weapons (sarin nerve gas) in Khan al-Assal (Khan al-Asal), near the strategically important city of Aleppo.

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    • Let’s hope that darned sniper has gotten his mitts on some ‘stroke books’ or something to keep him busy besides shooting up the UN cars – – those darned things cost us US taxpayers a WHOLE lot of money, and that sniper shouldn’t be biting the hand that feeds him.

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