GENEVA – an estimated five hundred victims of an alleged poison gas attack in Syria, lying in hospitals with “signs and symptoms of exposure to toxic chemicals”. This says the world health organization (WHO), the reported attack with chemical weapons last weekend in the Syrian Douma has been sentenced.
“The WHO requires immediate unhindered access to the area to the affected people care, the health effects review and a comprehensive response to deliver,” said Peter Salama, deputy director-general of the WHO for emergency situations.
Auxiliary organizations of the United Nations does not have access to the main part of the enclave of Eastern Ghouta, including Douma, where the alleged attack took place. The Syrian government has a responsibility denied.