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CAIRO, August 25 (Itar-Tass) - The Syrian government has decided to get U.N. experts access to the area in Damascus’ suburbs where chemical weapons may be used, SANA News Agency reported on Sunday.
“The agreement between the U.N. and Syria will come into effect immediately,” the Syrian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Earlier, Syrian rebels mentioned the missile strikes on Damascus’ suburbs with the use of sarin gas on August 21. Their statements were widely broadcast by Middle East and Western television channels. Damascus categorically denied information and said the use of toxic agencies was the libel, which was aimed at undermining the activity U.N. experts in Syria.