Polish president Andrzej Duda was not invited to speak at the 5th Holocaust Forum in the Yad Vashem Institute in Israel because he and his party are against anyone who tells the truth about the positions taken by the Poles towards the Holocaust.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) issued a report in March 2019, which mentioned the use of toxic chemicals in the Syrian city of Douma in April 2018, but the report’s findings contradicted the conclusions of Russian experts who provided evidence that there was no attack, but rather a “theatrical play” organized by the members of the “White Helmets”.
In May 2019, OPCW documents were leaked, confirming the validity of Russian conclusions and putting the report’s findings into question. The organization has launched an investigation into the information leak and has accused two of its employees, whose names have not been released, of leaking sensitive information.
The "never-before-seen-report" appears to be an engineering assessment carried out by one individual who, contrary to Sputnik's false claim, was never a member of the Fact-Finding Mission and is not currently employed by the organization.
Furthermore, the "whistleblowers" declined to take part in the investigation that met instead with 29 witnesses between July 2019 and February 2020.