Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in an interview to the BBC said: "I can guarantee that Russia has not tampered with the site".
Haley said the three USA goals for accomplishing its mission are making sure chemical weapons are not used in a way that could harm US national interests, defeating the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militant group and having a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing.
The British ambassador Peter Wilson said Syria and Russian Federation were unable to guarantee inspectors' safety causing their trip to Douma to be delayed.
The meeting in the Hague is behind closed doors, but Kenneth Ward, expressed concern that the Russian forces there may have tampered with evidence.
The British envoy to the OPCW said the body had recorded 390 allegations of the use of banned chemicals in Syria since 2014, and that a failure by the OPCW to act risked allowing "further barbaric use of chemical weapons".
"Russian sanctions will be coming down", Haley said during a CBS interview on Sunday. Moscow has denied any wrongdoing.
"The team has not yet deployed to Douma", OPCW Director General Ahmet Uzumcu said in a statement.
Speaking to Morning Edition, Public Radio International reporter Charles Maynes, who is based in Russian Federation, says the sanctions imposed thus far are having some impact in Russian Federation.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told reporters today in Luxembourg ahead of an European Union meeting with foreign ministers that the air strikes are to tell Syria enough is enough. "I spoke to the president this morning, and he said, 'If the Syrian regime uses this poisonous gas again, the United States is "locked and loaded."' When our president draws a red line, our president enforces the red line".
But he said Russian Federation and the West were facing a situation worse than during the Cold War due to the lack of channels of communication between the two sides.
The agency said survivors blamed the attack on the Army of Islam, the powerful rebel group that controlled the town before it was taken over by Syrian government forces this week. They called for a renewed push for peace and threatened further sanctions on the Syrian regime.
"Unfettered access is essential", the British delegation said in a statement.
But soon after Mr Macron's comments, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said an early exit was still desirable.
What was targeted on Saturday?They said Haley is one of the most disciplined and cautious members of the Cabinet, especially when it comes to her public appearances.
In a televised interview Sunday night, French President Emmanuel Macron said the U.S., France and Britain had "full global legitimacy to intervene" because they had gotten evidence the Syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people and the airstrikes were enforcing worldwide humanitarian law.
Speaking of Assad and his suspected role in last week's chemical weapons attack, Trump said, "These are not the actions of a man".
Nikki Haley: "Last night, we obliterated the major research facility that it used to assemble weapons of mass murder".