British official seeks inquiry into "concerning" chlorine attacks (Adds British comment, OPCW no comment)
Syria has vowed to hand over or destroy its entire arsenal by the end of this week. It still has roughly 14 percent of the chemicals it declared to the OPCW and has not yet destroyed all of a dozen production and storage facilities.
The OPCW enforces adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention, Nike Air Yeezy Blink which requires members to declare all chemical stocks to the organisation, which won the Nobel Peace prize last year.
"The indications of the use of chlorine on 11 13 April in Hama province are particularly concerning," a British official said on Thursday.
OPCW spokesman Michael Luhan declined to comment.
"We think there needs to be an investigation of recent reports of the use of chemical weapons including chlorine, and we are working with others in the international community to establish how that should be done."
Washington and its Western allies have blamed President Bashar al Assad's forces for using sarin gas in an attack in August that killed hundreds of people in the outskirts of Damascus. Assad has blamed the rebels. The nerve agent sarin was probably used in four of the five attacks, it found.
Chemical weapons watchdog weighs Syria chlorine attack probe
Cooperation from Syria and other international organisations would need to be arranged to provide security because of the country's ongoing civil war, which has left 130,000 dead and forced millions more from their homes.
"A number of questions are still to be answered: Syrian consent, mandate of the mission, participants from other organisations, such as the World Health Organization," the source said.
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Syria has not declared either the sarin, munitions used in last year's attack, or chlorine, officials said. If it had them, they should be reported to the OPCW.
All the attacks shared the same characteristics, leading analysts to believe they are part of a coordinated campaign, in which barrels of the toxic chemical have been dropped from helicopters.
Chlorine, which was first used as a weapon in World War I, is believed to have been used in attacks in several areas of Syria this month.
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"The OPCW director general is considering, on his own initiative, sending a fact finding mission," one source said.
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Investigation backed by British, Germans and French, sources said
Syria became a member of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) last year as part of a deal with Russia and the United States to destroy its chemical weapons programme.
Several of Washington's key European allies, including Germany and France, support an investigation into the latest claims of chlorine gas use, the sources said.
Syria's remaining stockpile of declared chemical weapons are in 16 lorry containers, roughly 13 of them in a location near Damascus that the government has said was unreachable due to fighting.
alleged use, we should be asking ourselves: what are we good for?"
AMSTERDAM, April 24 (Reuters) The head of the global chemical weapons watchdog overseeing the destruction of Syria's toxic stockpile is considering launching a fact finding mission on his own initiative to investigate reports of chlorine gas attacks there, sources said.
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