The resolution at the UN
The #United Kingdom, the United States and #France recommended the adoption of a resolution at the UN, in order to condemn the chemical attack in #Syria. The vote will be placed on the agenda of the UN today. These countries blame the regime of President Assad for the attack that killed dozens of people. The Syrian army has rejected responsibility, adding that they would never use chemical weapons.
UN mediator Staffan de Mistura said that the "terrible" chemical attack arrived from the air.
The draft text, which is owned by Reuters, contains both that the Syrian government should allow researchers to the international community's plans for the year and the notes from Tuesday, along with the names of all squadron commanders. He added that it is necessary to provide access to the air base from which it is likely that the attack was launched. The draft also said that it is expected from the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, reports on a monthly basis about whether the Syrian government cooperates with international investigators, to reveal the causes of the attack with chemical weapons.
The use of chemical weapons continues
The draft resolution expresses dissatisfaction with the fact that the killing and injuring individuals continues with the use of chemical weapons in Syria. The draft also expresses determination that all those responsible are brought to justice.
Currently, it is not clear how will Russia, which is an ally of Assad, and China, look on such a move.
In February, Russia, supported by China, invested his seventh veto to block attempts by the West to impose sanctions on the Assad regime. The investigation of the UN and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has established that the troops of the Syrian government responsible for three attacks using chlorine in 2014 and 2015, and found that the ISIS used mustard gas.Therefore, it is agreed with the Syrian government that the destruction of stocks of chemical weapons in 2013, which was the result of an agreement between Moscow and Washington, must happen. The UN Security Council endorsed a resolution according to which the "all who are transferring or using chemical weapons in Syria face measures of sanctions".