Libia a anuntat distrugerea totala a arsenalului sau chimic

de Carla Dinu     HotNews.ro
Miercuri, 5 februarie 2014, 8:11 Actualitate | Internaţional

Libia a anuntat marti ca a distrus total stocul de arme chimice mostenite de la regimul fostului dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

"Libia a devenit total ferita de arme chimice utilizabile care ar putea fi o potentiala amenintare la adresa securitatii", a declarat ministrul de Externe libian, Mohamed Abdelaziz, care a vorbit de un "moment istoric".

"Acest succes nu ar fi fost posibil intr-un timp atat de scurt fara ajutorul comunitatii internationale sau fara sprijinul logistic si asistenta tehnica a Canadei, Germaniei si Statelor Unite", a adaugat oficialul, in prezenta directorului general al Organizatiei pentru Interzicerea Armelor Chimice, Ahmet Uzumcu.

Uzumcu a laudat acest "bun exemplu de cooperare internationala in prezent reprodus in Siria la o scara mult mai mare". El a precizat ca a fost stabilit un program pentru distrugerea unui stoc de "precursori chimici clasificati de categoria a 2-a", inainte de sfarsitul lui 2016.





















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