Watchdog: Sarin, chlorine likely used in Syria in March 2017
THE HAGUE, Netherlands – The worldwide chemical guns watchdog says the nerve agent sarin and poisonous chemical chlorine have been “very most likely” used as guns in two assaults in central Syria in past due March 2017.
The Group for the Prohibition of Chemical Guns mentioned Wednesday that its Truth-Discovering Undertaking probing alleged assaults in Syria discovered that “sarin used to be very most likely used as a chemical weapon” within the south of Latamneh in Hama province on March 24 and that chlorine used to be very most likely used an afternoon later at and close to Latamneh Health facility.
The OPCW’s fact-finding workforce isn’t mandated to apportion blame for chemical assaults.
The group says its findings have been in keeping with witness testimony and research of samples.