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In the Syrian province of Idlib began filming a staged attack using chemical weapons. This was reported in the Russian Centre for reconciliation the warring parties in Syria, reports on Tuesday, September 11, TASS.
As told in the organization, the data received from the inhabitants of the province. According to them, “shooting staged provocations allegedly by the Syrian army use of chemical weapons against the civilian population” held in the village of Jisr al-Shughour. There “the morning of the group’s profit several middle Eastern TV channels, and also regional branch of a leading American news channel,” added in the center.
The defense Ministry said that according to a pre-prepared script removed the provision of assistance to civilians, “White helmets” after “the alleged use by the Syrian army so-called barrel bombs with toxic substances”. In addition, it is reported that for the naturalness and rapid collection of soil samples at the place brought containers with toxic substances based on chlorine. They were taken from Herbet El Jous, said the center.
In early September the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has declared that illegal armed groups are preparing provocations in Syria, including the use of chemical weapons.
“White helmets” operating in Syria non-governmental organization. It is based in the UK rescue team, consisting of Syrians, who have passed special training abroad. Previously uploaded them to the network rollers on himatakah in Syria has been called dubious and staged.
Armed conflict in Syria began in 2011. It involves government forces, acting on the side of President Bashar al-Assad, moderate opposition and various Islamist groups. In recent months there are increasing reports about the truce and the surrender of weapons by the militants or the defeat of their forces. The only region of the country, which is still not controlled by the government, remains the province of Idlib, a number of other also remain small enclaves of terrorists.
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