UK to help US expedite destruction of Syrian chemical arms

By REUTERS
January 13, 2014 17:59

 
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LONDON - Britain said on Monday it planned to give the United States specialist equipment and training to help it destroy Syria's chemical weapons arsenal more quickly.

Part of Syria's chemical stockpile is due to be destroyed on board a specially adapted US ship under an international accord engineered by Russia in the wake of a poison gas attack on the outskirts of Damascus that killed hundreds, including children, last August.



British Defense Minister Philip Hammond said in a written statement to parliament on Monday his country planned to gift equipment to the United States worth around 2.5 million pounds ($4.12 million) that would allow the chemicals to be processed at a higher rate.

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