Before the Syrian Strike on 04/13/18, North Korea supplied chemical weapons to Syria. The important question to ask is, will North Korea continue to send banned chemicals to Syria?
The revelations come amid diplomats and officials suspecting Syria secretly maintained or developed chemical weapons capability despite promising not to. The Syrian government agreed to destroy its chemical weapons in 2013 under a deal brokered by the US and Russia. Yet during the country’s civil war, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has claimed the banned nerve agent Sarin has been used at least twice in addition to last years chemical attack and on April 7, 2018.
The use of chlorine as a weapon during the more than six-year long conflict has been widespread. The Syrian government has repeatedly denied using chemical weapons.
North Korea did deliver shipments to the Syrian government agency in charge of the country’s chemical weapons program, according to the confidential UN report. The report was prepared by a panel of independent UN experts and was submitted to the UN Security Council earlier in the month; August 22, 2017.
The attack on Syria was a combined effort between the US, UK & France.
These precision strikes took place at 4:00 am and it was a direct strike on Syria’s chemical weapons facilities to avoid any civilian casualties. As I predicted, Russia did not get involved.