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Chemicals in Syria. Made in Saudi Arabia.
Chemicals in Syria. Made in Saudi Arabia.
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Putin: Poison gas used by terrorists and not by the Syrian Army.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin underlined in a new statement that Moscow possesses evidence that makes it clear that the terrorist groups have used poison gas in Syria and that the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) have not used poison gas in attacks. Russia President Putin further stressed in his new statement that the opposition forces are the side who has used chemical weapons in attacks on Syrian soil.

According to the new remarks by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, the Syrian Army has not used chemical weapons in battles against the foreign-backed terrorist groups on Syrian soil, but the armed opposition forces used poison gas in order to drew the United States to intervene in Syria and to cross Obamas red line, so that US President Barack Obama has to act or can be forced to act by the totalitarian dictatorships in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but also by the Israel Lobby in the United States and the regime in Tel-Aviv – because the use of poison gas (chemical weapons) in Syria crosses Obamas red line and can be used as a really good pretext to launch a war against the Syrian government in Damascus.

According to a recent article by the usual biased New York Times (NYT), President Putin said in new remarks that there are many reasons to believe that the poison gas (toxic gas) wasn’t used by the units of the Syrian Army, but by the armed “forces of the opposition to drew the interference of the foreign powers.” Further, a recent investigation by Russian experts in certified labs came to the result that a group of terrorists has used Sarin nerve agent in an attack against Syrian civilians and soldiers in Khan al-Assal (Khan al-Asal, near the city of Aleppo / Halab) in March, 2013.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin said also in his new remarks about the Syrian conflict and the US threats against Damascus to launch a war on the Arab country that any kind of a US military action against Syria will only “lead to the eruption of a wave of terrorism.”

Vladimir Putin added that the use of force against Syria and the launch of a US-led military strike on Damascus out of the frame of the United Nations (UN Security Council) will constitute a hostile action and also destabilize the entire region of the Middle East.

According to Russia’s President Putin, his administration as well as the U.S. administration in Washington and all the other member states of the United Nations (UN) should take the advantage of the desire by the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus to put its chemical arsenal under an international supervision and control to be destroyed later.

Chemicals in Syria. Made in Saudi Arabia.
Chemicals in Syria. Made in Saudi Arabia.

Vladimir Putin is convinced that Washington should embrace the Russia’s proposed plan to put the chemical weapons in the arsenals on Syrian soil under an international control. Especially due to the situation that the U.S. administration of President Obama has not yet presented convincing evidence for their claims that the Syrian government respectively the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has used chemical weapons (toxic gas / probably Sarin) against its own people.

Further, the Russian president is convinced that any solution, which prevents a US-led military attack on Syria, should be considered, and the plan to put Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal under an international supervision by the United Nations (UN) is probably a very good plan to prevent any military action by the United States against Syria.

Putin further pointed out in his new remarks that a military action, which bypassed the UN Security Council (UNSC), would threaten the frame of the United Nations, warning that potential US-led military strikes are able to increase the violence in Syria and are certainly no solution to the conflict in the Arab country. As mentioned, according to the Russian President, any military action against Syria could also unleash a wave of terrorism, not only in the Middle East.

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