Only the international inspectors can deliver the final verdict on implication of the mobile laboratory which was allegedly found in Iraq in the production of bacteriological agents, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Alexander Yakovenko stated.
According to him, in Moscow they "paid attention" to the information on discovery in Iraq by American servicemen of a mobile laboratory which allegedly could be used for producing bacteriological agents.
"Judging by the reports, there is no final clarity in this question", Yakovenko noted. "Anyway, so far the U.S. specialists have not found traces of bacteriological weapons in the discovered trailer," the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia stressed. As he said, "additional research is likely to be required".
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