Damascus calls Security Council to oblige Ankara detecting insurgents' attempt to obtain chemical weapons
Damascus calls Security Council to oblige Ankara detecting insurgents' attempt to obtain chemical weapons
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 Syrian government confirmed that " terrorist groups linked to al-Qaeda tried to get materials used in manufacturing sarin poison in order to enter to Syria ".

The government indicated in a letter to the Security Council yesterday to the information revealed by a Turkish lawsuit filed against a group of Syrian and Turkish armed tried to obtain chemical weapons. The message demanded the relevant committees of  Security Council to work on matching the quality of chemicals referred to in the lawsuit with the quality of the poison gas used in Syria.

  Syrian government in the letter to the Security Council also demanded compelling the Turkish government to cooperate with the relevant bodies specialized in fighting terrorism , and in any other similar terrorist activities , and demanded asking the Turkish authorities about the reason for releasing some defendants then re- arresting them again, and checking whether it aims to waste the evidence in the referred case or to waste the evidence relating to terrorist acts that occurred or may occur in the future .

  Reliable sources indicated that the Turkish Attorney General based his claim of accusing these terrorist group on investigations and testimonies that confirm their belonging to al Qaeda and their communion with the leaders in this organization and other organizations associated with it in order to secure transport and produce deadly chemicals to Syria then delivering them to the active armed groups in Syria.

  On the other hand , the message balmed the countries supporting terrorist's hostile activity in Syria the region and the world all responsibilities for terrorist's operations that occurred or could occur due to this support, which contrast the relevant Security Council resolutions relating to combating terrorism.

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