At the next meeting of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which will discuss the alleged chemical attack in the city of the Douma in Syria, Russia will bring its witnesses, Alexander Shulgin, the Russian Ambassador to the OPCW has promised, TASS reports.
"We warned them that next time when they want to discuss the Syrian problem, we will bring here, in The Hague, those people who took part in the White Helmet’s choreographed episodes, who, voluntarily or not, were involved in the huge provocations, be it in Syria’s Douma or in Khan Shaykhun," Shulgin said.
EADaily reported earlier that the Russian military found participants in video filming, presented as evidence of the alleged chemical attack. They showed footage with their participation. It all boiled down to the fact that people came to the hospital from a building that caught fire as a result of a missile strike, and then people ran into the medical facility and started shouting that it was allegedly a chemical attack, and everything was filming.
It was this video of the White Helmets that became the basis for the United States, Great Britain and France to launch a missile strike against Syria on April 14.