US Blames Syrian Chemical Weapons Assault On Russia

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has blamed Russia for an alleged chemical weapons assault in East Ghouta, Syria. 

In accordance with the disreputable White Helmets – a US-funded group who’ve a historical past of creating false flags within the area – 20 civilians had been killed in a attainable chlorine gasoline assault on Monday.

Rt.com experiences: The poisonous substance was allegedly delivered by unguided rockets.

“Solely yesterday greater than 20 civilians, principally youngsters, had been victims of an obvious chlorine gasoline assault,” Tillerson mentioned, including that the assaults “increase critical issues that Bashar al-Assad could also be persevering with to make use of chemical weapons in opposition to his personal folks.”

Furthermore, the highest US diplomat immediately accused Russia of any chemical weapons-related incidents, no matter who is definitely accountable.

“Whoever carried out the assaults Russia in the end bears accountability for the victims in japanese Ghouta and numerous different Syrians focused with chemical weapons since Russia grew to become concerned in Syria,” he acknowledged.

Russia’s accountability for each incident of this type, based on Tillerson, originates from the truth that Russia participated in brokering the landmark “Framework for elimination of Syrian chemical weapons” settlement, which ensured destruction of Syrian chemical stockpile beneath worldwide supervision.

“Russia’s failure to resolve the chemical weapons subject in Syria calls into query its relevance to the decision of the general disaster,”Tillerson mentioned, claiming that because the destruction of the stockpile there’s been “mounting proof” that Syria “continues to illicitly possess chemical weapons and use them in opposition to its personal folks.”

The official then accused Russia of protecting up the chemical incidents, generally attributed regardless of inconclusive proof to the Syrian authorities, by vetoing a few UNSC resolutions.

“There may be merely no denying that Russia, by shielding its Syrian ally, has breached its commitments to the US as a framework guarantor,” he added.