UN picks investigation of chemical weapons in Syria, said Russian Foreign Ministry

"Under pressure from some of the United Nations Secretariat is a non-constructive and inconsistent position and substantially disrupts the particular investigation and as yet verifiable information on the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria on March 19," — said the Russian Foreign Ministry.

MOSCOW, April 6 — RIA Novosti. Moscow believes that the pressure of a number of countries, the UN Secretariat substantially disrupts investigation of information on the use of chemical weapons in Syria in March of this year, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The victims of the use of chemical weapons in the suburbs of Aleppo were 25 people, another 110 seriously injured. Representatives of the opposition accused of using chemical weapons Damascus. Authorities said behind the incident is opposition. At the request of the authorities of Syria UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced the initiation of an investigation of the incident.

As previously stated in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, in the preparation of the letter to the UN Security Council, Ban Ki-moon influenced by a number of Western members of the Security Council went on unwarranted extension of the mandate this mission by trying to define the problem as its investigation of all other cases of alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria.

"We can not but conclude that under the pressure of certain states The UN Secretariat is a non-constructive and inconsistent position and substantially disrupts the particular investigation and as yet verifiable information on the possible use of chemical weapons in Syria on March 19, "- said in a statement on the Ministry website.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation considers such actions unacceptable and intolerable to any parties, and even more — leadership of the UN Secretariat, which, of the Constitution of the "must act in considering the crisis and other disputes with the positions of impartiality and objectivity."

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