Source Pravda.Ru

UN inspectors continue mission in Iraq

On Monday UN experts have inspected the Al-Karama plant in Baghdad's Waziria district. The plant is engaged in manufacturing short and medium-range ballistic missiles which are not banned under the UN resolutions on Iraq.

The inspectors were let in unhampered.

The plant is included in Iraq's structure of the Ministry for Military Construction. In December 1998 during the Desert Fox operation the site was severely bombarded by the US and British aviation. The 12 missiles launched at it virtually leveled the plant to the ground.

The Al Karama plant is the 14th site visited by the UN inspectors since they resumed their work in Iraq last Wednesday.

The second team of inspectors visited a small private alcohol factory, north-east of Baghdad. The aim of their visit to this plant, where they spent nearly an hour, remains unclear.

Comments
World honours bravery and courage of Russian pilot who killed himself in Syria
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Russia unveils nuclear-powered interstellar spaceship
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
The Amazon and the New Conquistadores
Moving inexorably towards war
Capital outflow from Russia sets new records
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
Moving inexorably towards war
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Indian Origin of Egyptian Civilization
The difference between Polish and Ukrainian nationalism is plain to see
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
What weapons the USA, Russia and China may use in case of World War III
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Sanctions do not stop foreign countries from buying Russia's S-400 systems