To the OPCW, added that the mandate of MOFS is to establish the facts of use of chemical weapons or toxic chemicals and is not meant to establish responsibility for the alleged attack.
Russian Federation will not allow the mandate to be renewed unless the United Nations security council - on which Russian Federation has a veto - is empowered to reject or endorse the body's findings.
"Apparently, the incident on 4 February this year, as chemical weapons were used chlorine, which was sprayed in the air from the cylinders as a result of mechanical influence", - noted in the organization.
The team's conclusions were based on finding two cylinders "which were determined as previously containing chlorine".
The organization also found an "unusual presence of chlorine in the local environment".
An OPCW fact-finding team is also now awaiting the results of its hard mission to the Syrian town of Douma, after medics and rescuers said 40 people died in a chlorine and sarin attack on April 7. Western observers said the use of helicopters in the attack suggested Syrian government involvement since the opposition did not have access to helicopters.
It has not issued a report on that attack yet.
The Syrian government produced a three-page denial of responsibility, and failed to answer a further set of OPCW questions sent on 14 March.
The OPCW added that "the FFM's mandate is to determine whether chemical weapons or toxic chemicals as weapons have been used in Syria". "Such actions are in direct conflict with the unequivocal prohibition on the use of toxic substances contained in the Convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons".
Medics have claimed the Douma attack on 7 April led to 40 deaths.
The team exhumed bodies and gathered more than 100 environmental samples now being analysed in different OPCW-designated labs.
The OPCW has said all of Syria's declared toxic arms stock has since been destroyed, but has warned repeatedly about gaps in the Syrian regime's declaration.
The Douma chemical attack in April prompted missile strikes by the United States, France and Britain against chemical weapons facilities in Syria.
Based on this fact, the FFM prepared a report that was distributed among the member states of the Chemical Weapons Convention on Tuesday.