The Syrian army uncovered a large storage facility containing chemical substances of Saudi origin in the East Ghouta region, Al-Ikhbariya TV reported on Tuesday.
According to the Al-Ikhbariya report, the chemical substances were found inside the recently captured town of Al-Shifouniyah, which was previously under the control of the Saudi-backed Jaysh Al-Islam militants.
Weeks ago the Syrian government was blamed for a chemical attack in Shifoniyeh, E. Ghouta
Damascus denied such claims and accused the "rebels" of orchestrating the attack to frame the SAA
Shifoniyeh was liberated and the SAA found a chemical factory in the city
— هادي نصرالله (@HadiNasrallah) 13 Mart 2018
The chlorine agents are often used to make explosives and other bombs that are later deployed against the Syrian Army and civilians in Damascus.
Below are the chemical substances that were uncovered in Al-Shifouniyah:
Source: Al-Masdar News