An official source at the Syrian National Committee on Implementing the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) has revealed new US plans to use chemical weapons against innocent civilians in Syria in an attempt to frame the Syrian state.
“The US, its intelligence and military apparatuses continue to arrange for new scenes of a play in some parts of Syria by pushing its agents and pawns to use chemical weapons against innocent Syrian citizens and framing the Syrian state for it,” the source said in a statement to SANA on Tuesday.
The end goal of this US play, as noted by the source, is to push forward its hostile agenda against Syria and incite affiliated terrorist organizations to commit crimes against the Syrian people and prolong the crisis in Syria.
The source cited “accurate information” that confirmed that terrorists who previously worked with Daesh (ISIS) and are currently working with the US forces and the so-called “Syrian Democratic Forces” (QSD). They have brought families from QSD-controlled areas to the US base at al-Jafra oil field to receive training on how to react when exposed to an artillery bombardment by the Syrian army with shells equipped with chemical substances.
By now, the families have received five days of training. According to the source, the plan is that the US and QSD forces would stir up provocations with the Syrian armed forces stationed in the vicinity of the oil field. The play is likely to be performed in a village outside al-Jafra, the source added.
Western states such as France and the UK are also complicit in such crimes to justify aggression and campaigns against Syria and to make a case for convening a special session of the OPCW conference, and to jolt OPCW members into convening it by means of blackmail and disinformation, the source stated.
In closing, the source said Syria reaffirms the unethical nature and impermissibility of using chemical weapons under any pretext.
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