Syria rejects false allegations in OPWC report on the use of Chlorine in attacks on a village in Hama

DAMASCUS, (ST)_Syrian Ministry of Expatriates and Foreign Affairs has affirmed that the report of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on the use of sarin and chlorine  in  attacks on Latamneh village in Hama province in 2017 includes false and fabricated outcomes that aim to forge facts and to accuse the Syrian government.
 
It underlined that the OPCW's report depended on sources prepared by terrorists affiliated to al-Nusra Front and White Helmets in accordance to the instructions of their masters in the U.S., Turkey and other western countries.
"Syria condemns  in the strongest possible terms  the report and rejects both its form and content, " the ministry added. 
 
It concluded by saying:"Syria categorically denies its use of toxic gas in Latamneh village or in any other Syrian villge or city...Syria has never used Chemical weapons and it can not use them as it does not possess such weapons. Moreover, Syria beleives that the use of such weapons contradicts its moral and legal obligations.
 
Basma Qaddour