The report said the information "forms a body of evidence that is sufficient to attribute responsibility for the chemical attacks of 7 April to the Syrian regime" of President Bashar Assad and that there was "no plausible scenario other than that of an attack by Syrian armed forces".
France said on Tuesday it was very likely that evidence was disappearing from the location of a suspected poison gas attack in Syria and it called for worldwide inspectors be given full and quick access to the site.
The British envoy to the OPCW said it had recorded 390 incidents of the use of banned chemicals in Syria since 2014. "The problem was the absence of the U.N. Secretariat security department's approval for O.P.C.W. experts to visit Douma", Sergei A. Ryabkov, deputy foreign minister of Russian Federation, told reporters, according to the news agency Interfax.
"And they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to Assad and chemical weapons use".
Russia's envoy to the OPCW, Alexander Shulgin, accused the Syrian Civil Defence White Helmets of using U.S. funds to fake the attack, calling it a "staged thing".
The U.K. delegation to the OPCW accused the Russian and Syrian governments of hindering the independent investigation into what happened in Douma.
"We believe that in the light of the recent attack on Syria, the work of the OPCW inspectors in Douma is becoming even more relevant".
Talking about US-Russia relationship, Haley said it is "very strained" right now.
U.S. President Donald Trump said the strikes had accomplished their aim of undermining efforts by the Syrian government to produce and use chemical weapons again in violation of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Theresa May has accused Russian Federation and Syria of trying to cover up a chemical attack which killed dozens last weekend.
They later told reporters that the inspectors are scheduled to visit the site on Wednesday, following an inspection by security experts.
Within the European Union, which is due to hold an worldwide donor conference for Syria next week, most governments now agree that Assad can not continue as president for peace talks to succeed.
The scene now has been cleaned up, and when the OPCW inspectors finally make it into Douma, Doane says they'll find that not only time has passed, but plenty of people, too. "The primary goal is to say no to the use of barbaric chemical weapons".