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Rockets used in the Syrian chemical weapons attack bore Russian writing, United Nations inspectors have revealed.
The discovery of Cyrillic characters was disclosed in a long-awaited report today that also said there was “clear and compelling evidence” that they carried the nerve agent Sarin.
Without naming the perpetrator, Ban said the attack was “the most signficant” use of chemical weapons since late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein killed thousands in the town of Halabja in 1988.
“The information provided in that report that the sarin agent was delivered on surface to surface rockets that only the Assad regime has, makes clear the responsibility,” White House spokesman Jay Carney said, AFP reported.
It doesn't matter if Putin supplied those rockets that delivered the chemical weapons. A lot of members will continue to slurp on Putin's testicles just because he's "standing up" to Obama, by writing op-ed's on the New York Times.
The report also states that the missile trajectory came from an Easterly/South Easterly direction, which as Sky News so eloquently put it; make of that, what you will. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink!!
Sellström also said the rockets used were professionally made. His report said they were fired from the north-west, and western officials said the details of the trajectories confirmed that they came from an area held by government troops.