According to a source, Moscow offered to send experts to Khan-Sheikhun "to conduct a full-scale investigation using all possible methods of an incident involving chemical weapons 4 April. Another group of experts should conduct an investigation at Shairat airbase and “collect samples to verify allegations that the sarin used in Khan-Sheikhun was stored at the airbase”.
That is, the specialists of the special monitoring mission (IDA) must "collect and analyze additional information and evidence that has not been obtained or prepared by the fact-finding mission."
The Americans have prepared their draft resolution.
The document proposes to extend the work of experts on 2 of the year. The draft states that "none of the parties in Syria should use, develop, produce, and in other ways acquire and store chemical weapons." It is emphasized that "the Syrian Arab Republic should not use, develop, produce, and in other ways acquire and store chemical weapons."
Recall the CID mandate expires on November 17. The US October 24 has already voted on a draft resolution to extend the mandate of the mission, but Russia has blocked the document.