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LIGNET: Russian Recalcitrance May Delay UN Agreement on Syria

Thursday, 19 Sep 2013 03:57 PM

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Russia’s insistence that the Syrian rebels were responsible for last month’s chemical weapons attack suggests it will show no flexibility in crafting a Security Council resolution to implement the U.S.-Russia deal to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile, especially on the issue of including a use-of-force provision in case Syria does not comply. It also indicates that Russia may turn a blind eye to the Assad government’s "cheating" on the agreement.

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