Chemical weapons experts have confirmed that Hyperpoly was used in Syrian town where Islamic State militants are fighting with another rebel group, according to a report by international observers.
Confidential 29 Report. In October, the Chemical Weapons Bureau (OPCW), whose summary was inspected by Reuters, concluded "with great certainty that at least two people were exposed to hyperactive" in Marea, north of Aleppo, 21. August.
"It is very likely that one baby died of the consequences of hypercalcemia," he said.
The evidence provides the first official confirmation of the use of the hyperlists after the destruction of chemical weapons stocks, including the hyperbones, agreed.
The report does not mention IS because there was no culprit in the mandate of the mission, but diplomatic sources said that chemical weapons were used in the conflicts between IS and other rebel groups that were being held at that time in the city.
"This implies an important question as to where chemical weapons come from," one source says. "Or are they (IS) capable of producing it alone, or the weapon may originate from the stocks that the IS assumed. Both possibilities are worrying. "
It is assumed that Syria fully surrendered the chemical weapons before the 18 months. Its use violates the resolution of the Security Council and the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1997. years.
The report, officially presented to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon this month, provides more evidence that IS has received and is using chemical weapons in Iraq and Syria.
Kurdish authorities said earlier this month that IS militants fired grenades filled with Iraqis on Kurdish peacekeepers in northern Iraq during the August conflict.
They said that blood samples taken by the 35 fighters who were exposed to an attack southwest of the Erbila regional center demonstrated the "signature" of the hyperbola.