No obstacles for OPCW experts' visit to Syria's Douma to probe alleged chemical attack - Russian MP Sablin
DAMASCUS. April 14 (Interfax) - Even in light of the airstrikes delivered by the U.S.-led coalition on Saturday, there are no obstacles for experts of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to come to the town of Douma in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in order to investigate the alleged April 7 chemical attack there, Dmitry Sablin, coordinator of the group for liaison between the Russian State Duma and the Syrian parliament, told reporters on Saturday
"We have now visited the Eastern Ghouta district. We were in the immediate vicinity of the town of Douma. There are no obstacles that could stop OPCW experts from going ahead with their plans to come there today in order to look into the circumstances and investigate the chemical attack that allegedly took place there," he said.