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The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said it had made “a constructive beginning” to “a long and difficult process,” but has opted to send in a second chemical weapons team to Syria.

In a statement, OPCW chief Ahmet Uzumcu also said that the Syrian government had submitted additional information updating its initial disclosure, which would help the OPCW plan its future activities.


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