Russia's government strongly rejected UN report on war crimes in Idlib.
The commission did not get “reliable” information about what happened on the ground in northwestern Syria, said spokesman Dmitry Peskov .
In addition, the report does not mention terror activities in the area and so cannot be considered impartial, he said.
"We decisively reject such accusations. They were made just a day or two after the terrorists in Idlib began their campaign against Syrian troops,” said Peskov.
“It is clear that no commission could get reliable information about what is happening on the ground, and, of course, there is nothing said about the offensive actions of terrorist groups, which, at least, makes any judgments of this commission one-sided.”