(Sydney, Australia – 12:24 A.M.) A Russian deputy Foreign Minister has said Moscow is “sceptical” of the work being carried out by an international organization to probe an alleged chemical attack in Syria, saying Iran, Brazil, and India should be included in any investigation of the purported attack, according to PressTV.
A fact-finding mission has been set up by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), and has been sent to Syria to interview survivors and gather bio-metric samples from the site of the alleged chemical attack on April 4.
“We are very skeptical over the way they have worked. The trust for their activity continues to dwindle as they ignore obvious facts. They later impose these conclusions on the entire international community as the ultimate truth. The mission should include representatives of those countries that can objectively assess the situation rather than follow the guidelines dictated by their governments,” the Russian deputy Foreign Minister said. “