including large numbers of civilians as a result of an air strike of the International Coalition on a warehouse containing toxic substances to organize “Daash” in the Deir Al-Zour
The General Command of the army and the armed forces confirmed the deaths of hundreds of people, including large numbers of civilians as a result of a raid by the US-led International Alliance on a large warehouse of the terrorist organization “Da’ash” containing toxic substances in the village of Hatala in the eastern suburb of Deir al-Zour.
The General Command of the Army said in a statement received by SANA that the flight of the so-called “international coalition” carried out yesterday between 17:30 and 17.05 airstrike on the headquarters of the terrorist organization, which includes a large number of foreign mercenaries in the village of Hittila east of Deir al-Zour formed a white cloud Turned yellow turned out to be caused by a huge warehouse explosion containing a large amount of toxic substances.
The General Command of the Army: The air strike of the “coalition” led to “a fire that continued until 22:30 and hundreds of deaths, including large numbers of civilians as a result of bottlenecks caused by the inhalation of toxic substances.”
The General Command of the Army: This incident “confirms the fact of coordination between terrorist organizations and the forces supporting them to find excuses and accusations of the Syrian Arab army using chemical weapons and confirms the possession of terrorist organizations led by the organization” urged “and the Front for the victory of chemical weapons and their ability to access, transfer, Is well known in the region and this is what Syria has warned of every time terrorist groups use chemical weapons against civilians and the Syrian Arab armed forces. “
The General Command of the Army and the Armed Forces reiterated once again that “they do not possess any kind of chemical weapons or use them,” warning of “the dangers of the persistence of terrorist groups in the use of chemical weapons against civilians, especially after recent messages that provide them with cover that can escape impunity.”