On March 11, 2019, the Permanent Representation of the Russian Federation to the OPCW held a briefing “Incident in Douma through the Eyes of Russian Experts”.
The OPCW Executive Council convened in The Hague on February 25 to discuss Russia’s proposal on additions to the lists of chemicals covered by the Chemical Weapons Convention.
On February 21, 2019, Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Netherlands hosted a reception to mark the Defender of the Motherland Day.
The United States and its allies oppose Russia's proposal to extend the list of banned chemical substances by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
President of the Foundation for the Study of Democracy Maxim Grigoriev held a briefing “Chemical Weapons in Syria: Information and Disinformation” at OPCW on March 11, 2019.
Press release by Embassy of Russia in the Netherlands
Permanent Representation of the Russian Federation organized the press conference on the staged “chemical attack” in Douma following the briefing to the State Parties of the CWC at the OPCW
Earlier this year, both during our briefings and on the Foreign Ministry’s website (comment of February 11), our ministry published materials on preparing tripartite consultations with Australia and the Netherlands on the MH17 crash.
A question was asked about Russia’s cooperation with Australia and the Netherlands, which, without waiting for the criminal investigation of the Joint Investigation Group (JIG) to come to an end, are trying to impose responsibility for the MH17 crash on Russia
The President listened to a report via videoconference on the destruction of Russia’s last remaining chemical weapons.