Chemical attack was the work of Turkey and terrorists, says Iran

The Syrian armed opposition blamed Damascus for the alleged attack but the Syrian Government said that it has no chemical arsenal in its territory. | Photo: EFE

The chemical attack of April 4 that left more than 80 dead was a “joint provocation of Turkey and the front to the Nusra” or Fatah Al-Sham, said Monday an Iranian diplomatic source from Athens.
A large delegation from Iran is in the Greek capital to participate in the Forum of ancient civilizations. Iran calls for an international investigation of the events in the Syrian province of Idlib. 

Source: Reuters Syrian armed opposition denounced on 4 April a supposed attack with chemical weapons in the city of Jan Sheijun, Idlib province, which left more than 80 dead, according to the World Health Organization (who).
Damascus (Syrian capital) was blamed for the incident, but Syrian authorities rejected the accusation by arguing that all their chemical arsenals were eliminated under the supervision of the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW).
> Al-Assad says that terrorists receive chemical weapons from Turkey in spite of that the Syrian Government stressed that he never used chemical weapons against the population, nor against the opposition or the terrorists, April 7 U.S. attacked 59 missile from Syria’s Shairat air base, province Syria Homs without waiting for any research or present irrefutable evidence giving rise to a terrorist attack against the Syrian army. 
> UN finds no proof of guilt of Syria by chemical attack