Separately, Russia's Defence Ministry said the majority of missiles fired during the overnight attack on Syria by U.S., British and French forces were intercepted by Syrian government air defence systems, TASS news agency reported.
"The current escalation of the situation around Syria has a devastating impact on the whole system of worldwide relations", he added.
According to Russian Federation, the reports of chemical attacks in Syria are part of a strategy created to justify foreign intervention.
The OPCW declared that the Syrian government's chemical weapons stockpile had been removed in 2014, only to confirm later that sarin was used in a 2017 attack in the northern town of Khan Sheikhun.
A day before a team from the worldwide chemical weapons watchdog was to arrive in Douma, just east of Damascus, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj.
Two days ago, US President Donald Trump warned that missiles "will be coming" in response to the suspected chemical attack.
This is not a very likely version, as the West often repeats in the case of the double agent Sergei Skripal, on this occasion, we can show evidence in our possession of the complicity of the United Kingdom, the Russian official told the OPCW.
In a statement issued by the Kremlin, the Russian leader said Moscow is calling an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council over the strike launched by the US, Britain and France.
"Again, we are being threatened", Antonov continued. "There is broad-based global support for the action we have taken", May said.
Trump was also willing to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, she added, while indicating that no such encounter was imminent.
A team with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons arrived in Damascus on Saturday (local time) at the invitation of the government to investigate the alleged chemical attack, which prompted US-led strikes against Syrian chemical weapons facilities over the weekend.
But Nebenzia said the goal was to oust President Bashar al-Assad from power.
"The morning of resilience", declared a caption accompanying the video circulated on the presidency's Telegram feed.
Britain would consider launching a cyber attack against Russian Federation in retaliation if Russian Federation targeted British national infrastructure, the Sunday Times reported, citing unnamed security sources.
Iran also warned of "regional consequences" following the attacks.
That had led to feverish speculation on Russian television, and from some Russian politicians, that a US strike on Syria could quickly devolve into a nuclear standoff as risky as the Cuban missile crisis.
Even for Russia Large Cap ETFs, which have been more heavily affected by sanctions given their higher exposure to large oil and gas companies and are down 0.3% over the year (see chart below), overall sales have also remained positive over the year and the month to date, sitting at €689 million and €10.7 million, respectively.
U.S. officials have refused to rule out direct military engagement with Russian Federation, with the White House saying "all options are on the table". As he spoke, explosions rocked Damascus.