TEHRAN, Dec. 7 (MNA) – The international chemical weapons watchdog says it has verified the destruction of all of Syria’s unfilled munitions weapons by mid-2014.
The latest destruction work was near the city of Homs. The OPCW says the sites, “had remained inaccessible for some time due to security reasons.”
The joint United Nations-OPCW team in Syria aims to remove the most toxic chemicals from Syria by the end of the year for destruction at sea and destroy the entire program by mid-2014.
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