The United Nations is expected to release an inspectors' report Monday addressing the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack in Damascus, Syria.
The U.N. announced Sunday that its Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had received the inspectors' report. Two diplomats told CNN that the report will likely be released to the public after Ban briefs the U.N. Security Council on the report Monday morning.
The report is expected to confirm whether or not a chemical attack occurred and identify which chemical agent was used, according to ABC News. Determining exactly who carried out the attack, however, was not one of the U.N. inspectors' goals.