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The Netherlands was able to identify Syrian officers responsible for the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhon

The Dutch intelligence and security service has identified five Assad regime officers responsible for the chemical attack that took place in the city of Khan Sheikhun in the southern rural area of Idlib years ago.

The director of the Dutch intelligence service, Jan Solins, said that "five senior Syrian officers are behind some toxic gas attacks - sarin, but he did not mention the names of the officers involved.

According to the Dutch radio program "Argos", the conversation refers to the cities "Khan Sheikhun" south of Idlib, and "Altamna" - north of Lehema.

In 2017, Assad's forces bombed the city of Khan Sheikhun with 'sarin' gas, which killed about 100 civilians and injured dozens more.

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