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September 5, 2013 – Moscow, (SANA-F.Allafi) – The Russian Foreign Ministry stressed that the chemical projectile which was used in Khan al-Assal in Aleppo countryside did not belong to the Syrian Arab Army, hoping that the Russian experts’ conclusions on chemical weapons use would push for more accurate investigation in this regard.

A statement released by the ministry on Wednesday particularly drew attention to the “massive stove-piping of various information aimed at placing the responsibility for the alleged chemical weapons use in Syria on Damascus, even though the results of the UN investigation have not yet been revealed,” Russia Today website reported.

By such means “the way is being paved for military action” against Damascus, the ministry pointed out.

The statement added that the shell used in the incident “does not belong to the standard ammunition of the Syrian army and was crudely according to type and parameters of the rocket-propelled unguided missiles manufactured in the north of Syria by the so-called Bashair al-Nasr brigade.”

Russia handed a 100-page report to the UN Secretary-General on July 9th on the incident which took place in Khan al-Assal in Aleppo countryside.

On March 19th, the armed terrorist groups fired a projectile containing chemical substances in Khan al-Assal area, causing the martyrdom of 25 people and the injury of 86 others most of them were civilians.

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