posted on Nov, 13 2002 @ 12:57 PM
UNITED NATIONS (CNN) -- The United States and Britain expressed skepticism Wednesday after Baghdad accepted a U.N. resolution demanding that Iraq
allow inspectors to resume their search for weapons of mass destruction.
In New York, Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammad Al-Douri, delivered a letter of acceptance to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan,
telling reporters that it said, "Iraq will not have any mass destruction weapons. So we are not worried about the inspectors when they will be back
in the country. Iraq is clean."