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  • 02 Eylül 2013, Pazartesi 11:50

Russia, the United States found insufficient evidence!

Russia, the United States found insufficient evidence!
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Russia, the United States is not convincing evidence that the use of chemical weapons in Syria, he said.

Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov , Moscow University of International Relations (MGIMO) in his speech USA 's Syria ' is not convincing evidence that the use of chemical weapons, he said.

of Damascus, the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons in the environment caused the death of over a thousand civilians, responding to the claims that Lavrov Sticky Thread"Yes, it is a part of us and the geographic map showed a few things with names. There is no doubt that there is a lot of, and is not consistent. A lot of the experts on the images on the Internet has serious doubts. It does not convince us" he said.

provided on the facts as evidence that the defending Lavrov,"previously known speakers on topics. When asked about more details about the events, all of which are classified, and let us say gösteremeyeceklerini. There is no evidence that this is sufficient to ensure that international co-operation" said.

John Kerry's description of his American counterpart Lavrov evaluating, "Russia is not convinced that the evidence is irrefutable" said he found that very strange descriptions.

Kerry told ABC television, the Syrian government of chemical weapons against his own people offer evidence that Russia is using, but said Moscow was not convinced. Kerry said in a statement yesterday,"I've been offered an informative meeting in Russia. Russia sending experts presented evidence. In Moscow chose to refuse to recognize it."He said.

speech Lavrov issued weapons smuggled from Libya Middle East and North Africa, the country has moved up 20 said.

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