Turkey Reiterates Claim Assad Is behind Syria Chemical Attack
Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has repeated the claims of his country that it has information putting the responsibility for an alleged chemical attack on Syrian PM Bashar Al-Assad.
Davutoglu's Friday statement comes as the world is watching the US, which has strongly suggested it is imminently launching a military intervention in Syria in response to the use of chemical weapons.
According to Turkey's top diplomat, Turkish intelligence sources have supplied reliable information regarding the origin of the attack.
"Basing ourselves on evidence given us by intelligence experts, there are no doubts that the regime in Damascus is responsible for the chemical attacks in Syria," stated Davutoglu.
Meanwhile, a UN investigation on the incident last week is expected to conclude on Saturday.
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