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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Finished the second installment of the UN and Syria did not comply with the transfer of chemical weapons

On Wednesday, the regime must evacuate 500 tons of its chemical arsenalA week after the failure of negotiations in Geneva, where the Syrian government and the rebels failed to reach an agreement on any of the points, the rate of Bashar al Assad returned to give back to the West. Wednesday marked the deadline for the evacuation of the territory of 1,200 tons of chemical agents . However, the dictator did not respect its international obligations to destroy its arsenal. A spokesman for the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Michael Luhan, indicated to AFP that this situation was "obvious". "No need to add any comments,"he said. For its part, the Syrian deputy foreign minister, Faisal Meqdad said Wednesday that Syria was committed to "fully implement" the agreement on the destruction of their chemical arsenal. Meqdad evoked, however, the "difficulties" that prevented the Syrian authorities to respect their obligations, caused by "armed terrorist groups" , referring to the opposition and Syrian rebels. In addition to the 700 tons of chemical agents that should have left Syria before December 31 Wednesday should have left the territory of another 500 tons over "category 2". Only two shipments of chemical agents left the Syrian port of Latakia on 7 and 27 January, which, according to Washington, representing about 4% of the tonnage that should have been evacuated before December 31. The chemical disarmament plan Syria approved by the UN, following an agreement between Moscow and Washington, provides for the removal of all Syrian chemical arsenal by 30 June. U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, in Berlin on Friday urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, to respect its international obligations, and warned of the consequences if he did.expected from UN sanctions to military action. 
Civilian deaths unrelieved
On the ground, the UN Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Middle East (UNRWA) began to provide polio vaccines in Syrian refugee camp of Yarmouk. According to an NGO, at least 88 people died from starvation and lack of medical care in this country, besieged for months by the Syrian army, before an agreement allowing the arrival of food and medicine. In addition, another 65 were victims in the last 24 hours by the constant attacks of the regime.Among them, 12 children and 5 women reported Wednesday committees that coordinate the opposition, who reported shelling of Damascus forces in the town of Zabadani, northwest of the capital. Media linked to the regime of Bashar al-Assad said that many "terrorists" were killed in fighting in Aleppo, Damascus, Homs and Deir az Zor. The agency Sana said a woman and a child died in Aleppo in a bombardment with mortars launched by rebel forces.

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