On the same day, Ma Zhaoxu reiterated at the United Nations Security Councils review of the Sergei Skrypal poisoning event of Russian former intelligence personnel: China resolutely oppose any country, any organization and anyone, and use chemical weapons under any circumstances. This is our clear and consistent position. In his statement, Ma Zhaoxu said that we have noted the technical assistance report provided by the recent prohibition of the chemical weapons organization, and also to the conclusions that the parties have not been generally accepted by all parties so far, and that further investigations are still needed in the qualitative and responsible aspects of the event. Ma Zhaoxu said that China believes that a comprehensive, objective and fair investigation should be made based on conclusive evidence to draw conclusions that can stand the test of facts and history. Under the current circumstances, all parties should continue consultations and conduct further investigations to find out the truth. Ma Zhaoxu said that, in the case of many challenges facing the international community, the parties should abandon the Cold War mentality and work together to safeguard world peace, stability and tranquillity, and work together to build a new international relationship with mutual respect, fairness and justice, cooperation and win-win cooperation and a common construction of the human life and transportation community. Members of the Security Council should maintain unity and fulfill their responsibilities for safeguarding world peace and security. In March 4th, former Russian intelligence officer Skrypal and his daughter Yulia were unconscious on a bench in the streets of Salisbury, England. Britain believes that two people are nerve agents novichok and that the responsible party is very likely is russia. On the 12 th of this month, the cwco issued a communique that the organization had completed the analysis of relevant samples and confirmed the results of the British governments analysis of the poisons. However, the communique did not point out the name and structure of the poisons, and only indicated that the relevant information contained in the non-public reports submitted by the organization to all the States parties. The poisoning of former Russian intelligence agents has triggered the biggest diplomatic dispute between the western countries and Russia since the end of the cold war. The United States, Britain, France and Germany expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats, triggering a reciprocal action by the Russian side.