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Total quantity or scope: Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board & Powys Teaching Health Board requires a supplier to collect and destruct it~s confidential waste on site.
This cooperation has significance in stability in the Middle East region, contribution to efforts by the international community to destruct chemical weapons, a category of weapons of mass destruction, and issuing a strong message of the international community that it never tolerates the possession or use of chemical weapons," the ministry added.
Norway has been asked to accept and destruct half of Syria's chemical weapons, equal to between 300 and 500 tons of sarin, according to an internal document from the UN that NRK has allegedly gained access to.