washington - The United States is 'seriously troubled' \u0026 # x27; about reports that the Syrian government has used chlorine gas in the Idlib province. The ministry of foreign affairs reported this on Monday after emergency services reported earlier on the day that people had died again by poison gas.
According to rescue workers, at least nine people are struggling with respiratory problems due to chemicals released in Syria during aerial bombardments in the north-west. Russia is accused by the US of not fulfilling its obligations, because the Russian government continues to protect the regime in Damascus.
Last month, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson expressed his concern, as the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad may still use chemical weapons. Tillerson added that whoever has carried out the attacks, 'Russia ultimately bears the responsibility for the victims'.