NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen spoke to the press after his meeting with UK Prime Minster David Cameron on September 18, calling for the UN Security Council to adopt a “firm resolution” to provide the framework for the “swift, secure, and verifiable elimination of all chemical weapons in Syria”. Credit: YouTube/NATO
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