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UNITED NATIONS, January 29, 0:58 /ITAR-TASS/. Experts from the Russian Federation, the United States, and Syria will meet at the UN headquarters early in February to review the process of eliminating facilities for the production of toxic agents in the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic, Ahmet Uzumcu, Director-General of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), announced.
His report on the activities of the OPCW mission in Syria is attached to the letter of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to the UN Security Council.
"On January 16 and 17, 2014, the (UN) Secretariat arranged technical consulting among experts from the Russian Federation, the Syrian Arab Republic (S.A.R.), and the United States of America. The experts discussed modalities for the destruction of 12 declared (by Syria) faciltities for the production of chemical weapons in the territory of the S.A.R. A new meeting will be held in the first week of February," Ahmet Uzumcu wrote in the report.