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ANKARA, September 15 (Itar-Tass) - The Syrian opposition demanded the ban on use of chemical weapon is expanded to the ban on use of military aviation and ballistic missiles.
“The National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces insists the ban on use of chemical weapon is spread on use of ballistic missiles and use of aviation in settlements,” the organisation’s communiqu· reads.
The opposing forces also demanded the persons responsible for the alleged chemical attack on August 21 near Damascus were brought to responsibility at the International Criminal Court.