Britain and France want sanctions after poison gas, Syria
Britain and France want Syria with sanctions to punish for the use of poison gas. The countries want the Security council of the UN to the fore.
From a confidential report by the UN and the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) proved last weekend that Syria for a third time poison gas was used.
This time it was that happened in the place Qmenas in the province of Idlib on march 16 last year. In earlier reports revealed that the Syrian army, among others, in april 2014, chlorine gas was used in attacks.
It is expected that of the five permanent members of the security council, Russia and China are against sanctions. Russia has already let know that the results still watching.