19-09-20 08:03:00, 2 0 ShareTweetSubscribe Read Time:4 Minute, 42 Second On the evening of September 10, the Security Council reconvened not to discuss the political or humanitarian situation in Syria, but to ask seemingly persistent questions about the stocks of chemical weapons in Syria; an issue resolved by the repeatedly claimed destruction of the affected file, including by the OPCW / UN JOINT MISSION (JIM) coordinator responsible for its decommissioning.
“A US special envoy comes to Turkey to interview Turkish security officers and the “White Helmets” terrorists organization (they belong to Al-Queda) to prepare a chemical weapons attack in a densely populated region of Idlib and to blame (again) the Syrian military. Turkey will work with its terrorists Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Al Nousra) and Jahbat-al-Nusra to carry out the attack. The chemical material will be delivered by trucks as “humanitarian aid”. For the protection of the terrorists in the area of Jabal Al-Zawiya 2000 gas masks and 3000 injections are provided. This is a message that is not conveyed by any of the mainstream media”. In his speech, by Dr Bashar al- Jafaari, permanent Syrian representative to the UN, who shared the news at the UN Security Council General Assembly on September 10, 2020.
According to General Alexander Greenkiewicz, head of the Russian coordination center, a media campaign is indeed being prepared for this, with photo/video material for foreign correspondents of the Main Stream Media. Vassily Nebenzia, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN, also notes that the chemical attacks have been perpetrated by terrorists to date and it is the countries that support them that continue to accuse Syria of conducting chemical attacks.
This meeting of the UN Security Council on September 10, was not to discuss the political or humanitarian situation in Syria and not to end the state terrorism of the US, Israel, Turkey, England and France against Syria. On the contrary, it’s only about Syria’s allegedly use of chemical weapons. In June 2014, Sigrid Kaag (now leader of the Dutch D’66 political party in the Netherlands), in 2014 she was the chemical weapons destruction coordinator for the UN, presented her official report and demonstrated that Syria had fulfilled all obligations and that all chemical weapons in Syria have been disposed.