France will provide evidence showing that Assad's regime was behind the chemical weapon attack in Syria

In the coming days, French special services will provide evidence that the Syrian regime has organized an attack using chemical weapons in the city of Khan-Sheikhun, which killed about 90 people.

This was stated by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, Jean-Marc Ayrault, reports Le Figaro.

“We have evidence that will allow us to demonstrate that the regime has deliberately used chemical weapons. In a matter of days we will prove that the regime has organized these strikes," said Ayrault.

The minister specified that the investigation was conducted by “French special services and military intelligence.”

Recently, a representative of the UK Ministry of Defense said that samples from the bodies of victims of chemical attack in the Syrian city of Khan-Sheikhun tested positive for the nerve agent sarin. The Ministry of Health in Turkey also reported that the Syrian military used sarin.

Syrian President Bashar Assad said that information about the chemical weapons used by his troops was one hundred percent fabricated.

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