Moscow: UN inspectors ignored factual evidence on chemical attacks in Syria. New statements by Russia say that there is no reason to doubt the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad in their vows to comply with the agreement between Moscow and Washington on the chemical weapons stockpiles on Syrian soil and that the foreign-backed “Syrian opposition” would seek a pretext [Continue reading…]
Instead of a non-politicized investigation and lab analysis, the UN investigation of alleged nerve-gas attacks inside Syria was led by Professor Ake Sellstrom, a man of mystery who keeps a veil of secrecy around his research and political-military relationships.
Syria / Chemical Weapons: Attack scene may have been manipulated. The UN report of the investigation on the use of chemical weapons (CW) near the Syrian capita Damascus was finally published and there are some contradictions in the report by the chemical experts of the United Nations (UN) and the lab tests of the samples from Ain Tarma, Zamalka, and [Continue reading…]
UN Sources: Report by inspectors won`t blame Syrian government for chemical attack in suburbs of Damascus. According to a new report, UN-based diplomats have stated that the upcoming report by the team of UN experts, which were in Syria in order to investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons (e.g. poison gas) and especially the alleged use of toxic gas [Continue reading…]
Syria: UN experts begin their investigations today. The team of UN experts will begin with their investigations whether chemical weapons have been already used by a side of the conflict in Syria (e.g. Sarin nerve gas) today and the UN experts will initially investigation three locations on Syrian soil – Khan al-Assal (Khan al-Asal) near Aleppo, an area in Homs [Continue reading…]
Chemical Weapons investigation in Khan al-Assal, Ataybah (near Damascus) and Homs. Russia has repeatedly stated that it welcomes the agreement between the Syrian government in Damascus and the officials of the United Nations (UN) about the dispatch of UN experts to Syria in order to investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict.
United Nations: Ake Sellstrom & Angela Kane may arrive in Damascus today. According to the U.N. deputy spokesperson, Farhan Hak, the both UN experts Angela Kane and Ake Sellstrom may arrive in the Syrian capital Damascus already today and this implies that the investigation whether chemical weapons were already used in the Syrian conflict seem to begin even earlier than [Continue reading…]
Syria’s OK for UN investigation shows willingness of Syrian government. After the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, and the Syrian government in the capital Damascus have already announced that both sides agreed on all modalities of the upcoming investigation of the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict by a small team of UN experts, the Russian Deputy [Continue reading…]