Syria was declared a territory free of chemical weapons in 2016

Chemical weapons declared by Syria were destroyed entirely in 2016 thus reported it at the time the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW). | Photo: EFE

The accession of Syria to the Convention for the chemical weapons ban (OPCW) took place in 2013 after an agreement between Russia and the United States, signed by the United Nations Security Council, to destroy all the chemical arsenal of the Arab country. 
Chemical weapons declared by Syria were destroyed entirely in 2016, thus the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) said it at the time in a statement.
Equally, the American firm hired by the OPCW to eliminate part of the arsenal of chemical weapons, Veolia, reported last year about the removal of 75 cylinder of hydrogen fluoride in its facilities in the U.S. State of Texas. 

#Rusia help #Siria to strengthen its defences after attack #EEUU – Sputnik world (@SputnikMundo) 7 April 2017 the total destruction of all chemical weapons declared by the Arab Republic of Syria was completed last year after the delay of the process due to the lack of a solution to treat a number of cylinders on impaired and dangerous condition. 
The OPCW confirmed in June 2016 that the reserves of sulfur mustard had been retired definitely from Syria. 
On Thursday United States attacked Syria Shayrat air base in a unilateral action, the first in six years of armed conflict in Syria with 59 Tomahawk missiles. 

Presidency #Siria says “aggression” #EEUU has increased its resolution attacking “Terrorist agents” and to boost action against them – Reuters Latam (@ReutersLatam) 7 April 2017 attack US, justified us President Donald Trump both Ambassador Nikki Haley, was a response to the attack with chemical weapons occurred in the Syrian city of Idlib for which he blamed the Government of Bashar Al-Assad, but this ensures that its military troops have not executed work in Idlib, much less with chemical weapons because they do not possess them.
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Syria sent more than 90 letters to Nations United with evidence of the possession of toxic chemicals by the terrorist groups calling itself Islamic State (Turkisch) and opposite the Nusra. 
Chargé d’affaires a.i. of the Syrian delegation to the United Nations condemned the falsification of the facts and making accusations and confirmed that Syria continues fulfilling all the commitments required by the OPCW. 
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