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Ninety-six percent of Syria’s declared chemical weapons destroyed – UN-OPCW mission chief

4 September 2014 – The Special Coordinator for the Joint Mission of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the United Nations (OPCW-UN) told the Security Council today that 96 percent of Syria’s declared stockpile, including the most dangerous chemicals, had been destroyed and preparation were underway to destroy the remaining 12 production facilities.

 
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UN chief welcomes destruction of Syrian chemical weapons aboard U.S. vessel

New York, 20 August 2014 – Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the destruction of Syria’s declared chemical weapons on board the United States Maritime Vessel Cape Ray:

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OPCW-UN Special Coordinator meets with United States delegation

Nicosia, 11 July 2014 – Ms. Sigrid Kaag, the Special Coordinator for the OPCW-UN Joint Mission met today with a delegation of U.S. officials to discuss progress made with regard to the completion of removal and in-country destruction of Syria's chemical weapons material.

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OPCW-UN Special Coordinator visits Tehran

25 June 2014 -- Ms. Sigrid Kaag, the Special Coordinator for the OPCW-UN Joint Mission concluded today a brief visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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UN Secretary-General welcomes completion of removal of chemical weapons

23 June 2014 – Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Syria: completion of removal of chemical weapons material

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100% of declared chemical weapons materials destroyed or removed from Syria

23 June 2014 – The Joint Mission welcomes the removal of the remaining 7.2 per cent of chemical weapons material from the Syrian Arab Republic. With this last movement, the total of declared chemical weapons materials destroyed or removed from Syria has reached 100%. The most operationally challenging task within the effort to eliminate the Syrian chemical weapons programme, has come to an end.

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Sigrid Kaag on the chemical weapons programme of the Syrian Arab Republic - Press Conference (4 September 2014), UN Headquarters, New York

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