Syria submits new 100-day plan for removal of chemical weapons




 
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Syria submits new 100-day plan for removal of chemical weapons
 
February 21st, 2014  
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Topic: Syria submits new 100-day plan for removal of chemical weapons


Syria submits new 100-day plan for removal of chemical weapons
By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Syria has submitted a new 100-day plan for the removal of its chemical weapons after failing to meet a February 5 deadline, but the international mission overseeing the operation believes it can be done in a shorter time frame, diplomats said on Friday. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons executive committee met on Friday in The Hague to discuss the joint OPCW and U.N. mission amid growing international frustration at Syria falling behind on its commitments. Syria failed to meet an OPCW deadline of February 5 to move all of its declared chemical substances and precursors out of the country. The final deadline under the OPCW plan is for all of Syria's declared chemical materials to be destroyed by June 30.




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