The United Nations (UN) and the Syrian government in Damascus debate the terms of probe into the allegedly chemical attacks in Syria, especially the possible use of chemical weapons in the Syrian city of Aleppo (Halab).
The Syrian administration and the responsible persons from the United Nations (UN) still discuss the terms of finally starting the investigation in Syria in order to probe the report about the use of chemical weapons in Syria and as mentioned, especially in Aleppo.
The decision to investigate the possible chemical attack in the Syrian city of Aleppo (Halab) on March 19 was taken by the United Nations (UN) after an official request by the Syrian government and also the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad asked the UN to investigate this possible use of chemical weapons.
The debate between the Syrian government and the United Nations (UN) could be already finished and the investigation could have started, but the responsible persons from the UN tried to extend this request by the Syrian government and to misuse the allowance to investigate the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry has rejected the first plan of the investigation by the United Nations (UN) due to this attempt to misuse the allowance and request by the Syrian side. The UN wanted to extend this allowance and to carry out much more actions on Syrian soil than it would have been needed to investigate the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria. Not to mention that the Syrian Foreign Ministry was correct in its statement that this bad behaviour by the United Nations (UN) hasn`t happened for the first time.
The British and French governments still try to prove their propaganda that weapons of mass destruction have been used in the Syrian city of Homs in December 2012 and also in the Syrian capital Damascus in last March. But to be honest, these allegations by Britain and France are nothing more than propaganda and another attempt to use this as a reason for a military intervention.
Both governments of Britain and France are already guilty for a lot of crimes, even war crimes, and are just subordinated to the demands of other nations. Somebody should probe the independence and sense of democracy and freedom in the ranks of the British and French government and investigate the recent war crimes of both governments in the last 20 years.
The Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem wrote in his last letter to the United Nations (UN) that if the mission proves its independence, this mission of investigation may be granted also to other facilities and not only to the Syrian city of Aleppo.