A chemical weapons watchdog on Thursday referred to as on the Assad regime to instantly cease the all use of chemical weapons, the group stated in an announcement.
Citing the chemical weapons assaults in Ltamenah, Syria on March 24, 25 and 30, 2017, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons’ (OPCW) Executive Council gave the regime 90 days to declare all of the chemical weapons it possesses in addition to the place they’re produced and saved.
“There are cheap grounds to imagine” that the Assad regime used chemical weapons in Ltamenah in March 2017, the assertion stated.
It “failed to declare and destroy all of its chemical weapons and chemical weapons manufacturing amenities,” stated the watchdog.
The council careworn that these accountable for the use of chemical weapons have to be held accountable.
An April eight OPCW report for the primary time accused the Assad regime of utilizing chemical weapons in Ltamenah.
Investigations have been carried out between June 2019 and this March, focusing on the incidents within the city in March 2017.
Syria has been locked in a vicious civil warfare since early 2011 when the Assad regime cracked down on protesters with sudden ferocity.
Since then, a whole bunch of 1000’s of persons are believed to have been killed and tens of millions extra displaced by the battle.