OPCW should now blame pointing

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THE HAGUE – The organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague will be given more powers to attack with prohibited toxic substances, to denounce the perpetrators. The member states have a British proposal during a special meeting be adopted.

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Diplomatic sources said Wednesday that the proportion of 82 at 24. That is more than the required two-derdemeerderheid. The motion received support from, among others, the United States and the European Union. Russia, Iran, Syria and their allies voted against it.

So far, if the OPCW or to investigate if there were any chemical weapons used, but does not say who was responsible for that. After the youngest of attacks with chemical weapons in Syria and the attempt of the Russian double agent Sergei Skripal to bring with nerve gas, the British took the initiative the mandate of the OPCW to expand.

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