Arrived at Syria on Saturday, experts from the Chemical Weapons Organization (OPCW) could not visit the scene of the chemical attack, a reconnaissance mission was the target to shoot.
The investigation of an alleged chemical attack in Syria was stopped Wednesday, a team of international experts can not go there for security reasons after a recruitment mission has been postponed.
This alleged attack on "toxic gases" that killed at least 40 people in the dumas April 7, according to helper workers, triggered strikes in Washington, Paris and London against Syrian power stations and a nail in diplomatic tensions
See also: Syria: United States, France and the United Kingdom Bashar Al -Assad regime, pointed out by rescuers and countries Westerners, denied while the investigation aimed at verifying if there has been a chemical attack is ongoing or even threatened.
At the request of the Assad regime, a team from the Organization for Chemical Weapons (OPCW) arrived in Damascus on Saturday. But it has not been possible yet to leave the Syrian capital.
The regime and its Russian allies, who announced the same day the total recovery of dumin movements, invokes security reasons. Westerners accuse them of impeding the investigation.
Tuesday, a UN law in Reconnaissance in Douma "was on fire and an explosive was fired. Returned to Damascus," said the Director General of OPCW Ahmet Uzumcu in a statement.
"We do not know when the mission can be used in the duman," he added, adding that the investigators would put it in place from the green light of the United Nations Security Bureau.
Sarine gas is used?
Westerners working on a draft UN resolution on Syria do not stop "showing their doubts and claiming that the ability to find evidence in the stupid reduces daily more.
The white helmets, the rescuers in rebel areas reported The alleged attack on "poisonous gases" is also anxious. "It is crucial that the (experts) go to the attack side, all evidence is out there," AFP said, a rescuer on terms of anonymity. "We coordinate daily with OPCW, which means giving them details of where the dead were buried, the location of the attack where the planet came from. "(Tuesday), the regime said there had been a Common Grave in Al-Jalaapark, where we buried all victims killed in the chemical attack and other bombings The regime conceals all evidence, "he worries.
In his Twitter account, leaders of the rebel Jaich al-Islam, Mohammed Allouche, accused the regime of "eliminating evidence of chemical attack in the duman" and "storming the burial places to search for victims of chemical substances."
While France insured Monday that the Assad regime had kept a program of chemical weapons "secret", the Belgian justice stated that three companies in the country would respond in May by "wrong representation" to not report to the authorities to export to Syria a chemical product that could be used to make saringas. "
According to the Flemish week Knack, which disclosed the information, it is alleged that 1
More than 350,000 deaths  After completely recovering the duman and consequently the entire region of G Eastern wood, after five years of siege and a devastating offensive launched February 18th ride, the regime now attacks other opponents.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH), the government forces bombed the Hajar al-Aswad and Yarmouk camps, the last attachment of the Islamic government group's jihadist group, for the second consecutive night. ) in southern Damascus.
"The regime increases the pressure for a major offensive or deflecting IS and pushing it to evacuate this area," said OSDH. Reconstruction of these areas would allow the regime to control the entire capital and its surroundings for the first time since 2012. Since 2015, President Assad, with the crucial support from Russia, has turned a negative military situation. 19659003] Seven years after the start of a war that has killed more than 350,000 people and threw millions of people on the roads, now it controls more than half of Syria, home to two thirds of the population.  All reproduction prohibited