In the North of Syria was registered 2 chemical attack of gas. One in the region, which was previously shot down a Russian helicopter, which killed 5 people.
In the first alleged attack, cylinders suspected to contain chlorine gas was sprayed in residential areas in the city of Sarajev in Idlib province, according to anti-regime voluntary search and rescue team Idlib civil defense.
Russia, a key military patron of Syria, has strongly denied that a chemical attack took place. In a press release by the Russian and Syrian news agencies, the press Secretary of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov said that the claim of the use of chlorine was produced with the help of the media.
The United States is not ready to officially name an incident in Sarajev chemical attack, but there is a growing conviction that something was wrong, said a senior US official on Tuesday evening. The evidence points to the Assad regime, because the attack came from the sky, and the opposition has no aircraft, the source added.
Aleppo is located approximately 50 km (31 miles) North-East of Sarajev. Reports of alleged chemical attack came as a stringer. Intense airstrikes and artillery assaults were conducted in the Eastern region. It was the most fierce bombing in five years of conflict. The Eastern areas of the city were surrounded by government troops last week, cutting off all supply routes.
Attack chemical gas caused 30 cases of breathing difficulties. The doctor, who had examined some of those who have suffered from the alleged attack. He said that their symptoms were compatible with those, "those who suffer from a poisoning with chlorine."
The photographer who took the photos said that the victims suffer symptoms such as watery eyes, cramps, sweating, cough, and shortness of breath.
The Syrian national Council, accused the Assad regime of the alleged assault in Idlib province, where the Russian helicopter was earlier shot down after delivering humanitarian aid in Aleppo.
"Events on the ground indicate that the Assad regime continues to blatantly ignore international law and Security Council resolution, especially one that is associated with the use of chemical weapons," said Syrian national Council.
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