Richard Spertzel: I'm sorry?
Slava Paperno: Gennadiy is asking, so what were the conclusions in the final report?
Spertzel: In the ISG report?
Paperno: Yes. Yes.
Spertzel: Oh, God.
Г.Н. Лепёшкин: Было оружие, или не было оружия?
Sonia Ben Ouargham-Gormley: Did they have weapons, or... Were they able to produce any weapons? Bio weapons?
Spertzel: Yes. The question was not so much did they have it... I'm talking about now... 2004, the ISG. But had they destroyed it? And... Basically, the ISG didn't do much more than confirm what we had found under UNSCOM. But not everything got in the report. And I mentioned one item, and that was the fact that in '94, a pact was signed between the Iraqi and the Syrian intelligence services, for the development of things. Chem and Bio of mutual interests. They did find some items in the chemical field. Some... One 22 millimeter rocket warhead that's filled with Seron, and... I'm trying to think...
Ben Ouargham-Gormley: In Syria?
Ben Ouargham-Gormley: In Syria, or in Iraq?
Spertzel: No no no, in Iraq. We had no... we wouldn't have gotten two feet inside of Syria.
ISG: Iraq Study Group.
UNSCOM: United Nations Special Commission.