Russia and China proposed to the UN security Council a draft resolution against chemical weapons in Syria and Iraq
Project 2016 was supported by all members of the Security Council.
Moscow. March 25. INTERFAX.RU — Russia and China re-introduced in the UN Security Council a draft resolution on counteraction to challenges and use of chemical weapons by terrorists and non-state actors in Syria and Iraq, told reporters Deputy permanent representative to the UN Vladimir Safronkov.
To unite the Board to work together to confront the challenges of the use of chemical weapons by terrorists and non-state actors, we have re-circulated the same draft resolution together in China, which we distributed in the previous year, accordingly his aktualizowanie Ironconnecting permanent representative to the UN
Safronov added that the draft document was made on Friday in closed consultations of the UN security Council on the situation in Iraqi Mosul, initiated by Russia.
14 April 2016 Russia and China submitted a draft resolution banning the use of chemical weapons in Syria, which some members of the Security Council did not support.
The draft document was provided for concrete measures to eliminate the threat of widespread use of chemical weapons. In particular, it was proposed bordering countries to Syria are to be reported to the security Council of all the facts and actions of “non-state actors of chemical weapons and their means of delivery.”