Monday, April 16, 2018

Chemical Weapons Inspectors Denied Access To Site Of Suspected Gas Attack By Syrian And Russian Authorities



Reuters: Inspectors' visit to suspected Syria gas attack site delayed

DAMASCUS (Reuters) - A visit by chemical weapons inspectors to the site of a suspected gas attack in Syria was delayed on Monday, British and Russian officials said, as Western powers and Russia traded accusations in the aftermath of retaliatory U.S.-led missile strikes.

Moscow, the main ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, on Sunday condemned the United States, Britain and France for refusing to wait for the findings of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) inspection team on the alleged attack on Douma before they launched the strikes.

OPCW inspectors arrived in Damascus on Saturday and had planned to head to Douma, on the outskirts of the capital, on Monday. But the British delegation to the OPCW said Russia and Syria had not yet allowed inspectors access to Douma.

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WNU editor: For the Syrians and Russians .... the optics of not permitting inspectors to enter the site only validates their guilt.

Update: No one is buying this .... Russia says chemical weapons inspection delayed due to air strikes (Reuters)

More News On Chemical Weapons Inspectors Denied Access To Site Of Suspected Gas Attack By Syrian And Russian Authorities

Russia says UN delaying fact-finding mission visit in Syria -- AP
Russia and Syria block chemical weapons inspectors team from accessing site of Douma gas attack -- AFP
Russia accused of blocking access to alleged chemical attack site -- CBS
OPCW inspectors 'not yet' allowed in Syria's Douma: UK delegation -- Al Jazeera
Syria air strikes: Russia denies tampering with suspected chemical attack site -- BBC
OPCW starts emergency talks on Douma attacks: diplomatic sources -- AFP
Syria air strikes: Russia 'not tampering' with chemical attack site -- BBC
The OPCW: ridding the world of chemical weapons -- AFP
What does an OPCW field mission look like? -- AFP

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why even bother with inspectors, Syria has already been attacked as a response so wtf is the point of having inspectors, they are most prob just spec ops operators anyways.

fazman said...

If l was Assad l would tell them to F off to.

jimbrown said...

So Putin tested us agaib...

Does he have an end game?

War News Updates Editor said...

Jim. The critics are on President Trump and his lack of a strategy/end game on Syria. But the one who really does not have an exit strategy is Putin.

King Aragon said...

Got to be false flagstaf

King Aragon said...

Look out there coming suckers