NATO condemns chemical ‎weapons attack in Syria  


Brussels: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has condemned the chemical ‎weapons attack in Syria  allegedly conducted by Syrian and Russian army jets. NATO Secretary General’s statement says,

“I condemn the horrendous attacks in the province of Idlib in Syria, which killed dozens of people, including many children, reportedly by the use of chemical weapons. This is the third report of the use of these barbaric weapons in the last month alone. All those responsible must be held to account.  The use of chemical weapons, which includes any chemicals that can cause death or permanent harm to humans, is prohibited under the Chemical Weapons Convention, which Syria signed in 2013.‎ This international norm must be fully respected and upheld. Syria as member of the Convention is responsible to ensure its full compliance with these obligations.”

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