QAMISHLI, Syria (North Press) – The Russian Reconciliation Center warned about a potential false flag chemical attack by the opposition groups in Idlib.
Marine Major General Alexander Grynkiewicz, deputy head of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria, stated that “militants transported barrels of chlorine to the Khan Sheikhoun area,” according to the Russian Interfax agency.
This comes a month after the Russian Ministry of Defense issued a similar warning about the opposition groups preparing to film a false flag chemical attack in the Zawiya Mountain.
“The White Helmets arrived in the aforementioned area in three cars to prepare a simulation of the process of helping victims,” Grynkiewicz added.
Grynkiewicz pointed out that “the aim is to accuse the Syrian government forces of using chemical weapons against civilians.”
Hamish Gordon, an international expert involved in investigations into the use of chemical weapons in Syria, previously announced that he had received a death threat from Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The iNews website quoted Gordon as saying that he was threatened by Putin because of his talk about the Syrian government’s involvement in chemical attacks in Syria.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons held the Syrian government responsible for chemical weapons attacks in the town of al-Lataminah in Hama Governorate in 2017.