UN: Moscow 'deeply disappointed' by OPCW- UN report after failure to visit attack site

Russian Federation Deputy Vladimir Safronkov said the results of the OPCW- UN report on Khan Shaykhun incident were «deeply disappointing» and «of very mediocre quality,» at a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) meeting in New York City, on Tuesday. Safronkov noted, «The OPWC specialists did all their part of the work from a distance, their report is riddled with omissions, inconsistencies... Еще and contradictions and is of very mediocre quality.» He stressed, «The UN mission failed to obtain key material evidence» commenting that «all the conclusions from its work were based on circumstantial evidence» which he said provided by the opposition and non-governmental structures such as the White Helmets. In turn the US Envoy to the UN, Nikki Haley, announced that the US will submit a new draft resolution on the investigation of chemical attacks in Syria to the UN Security Council taking into account some of Russia's proposals, specifying that the US agrees to «emphasise the need for all parties to help investigators access sites in Syria relevant to their investigation» and «underscore the ongoing importance of high standards and sound evidence for each attribution.»

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