The Turkish Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that the Syrian regime had committed a crime against humanity which cannot remain unpunished in the wake of the UN report on the use of chemical weapons in Syria. The UN report indicated that the collected samples provided “clear and convincing evidence that surface-to-air rockets containing the nerve agent Sarin were used in the Ghouta area of Damascus,” the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. "Even though there is no clear statement in the UN report on the perpetrators of the chemical weapons attack, it is clear that the report reveals without doubt that the regime is responsible for this barbaric act," said the ministry.  The ministry also said, "the regime committed a crime against humanity and this crime cannot remain unpunished."  "It becomes crucial to implement the Geneva commitment quickly and definitively to place Syrian chemical weapons under international control. To prevent the Syrian regime from abusing this process, the UN Security Council must take binding decisions which clearly show that it will take action against the Syrian regime, within the framework of Article 7 of the UN, in the case that the regime does not abide by the agreement."