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    Breaking: Syria: Illegitimate OPCW resolution promotes terrorism
    NBS | Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 | Published: 12:22 pm

    Breaking: Syria: Illegitimate OPCW resolution promotes terrorism

    Syria has condemned a Western-backed resolution passed by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) over the country’s alleged use of toxic arms, saying the illegitimate move encourages foreign-sponsored terrorists to go ahead with their crimes in the Arab country.

    On Wednesday, the 25th session of the Conference of the States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) suspended the voting rights and privileges of the Syrian Arab Republic, accusing Damascus of failing to comply with the treaty, which prohibits all use of chemicals on the battlefield.

    According to Press TV, the resolution was passed by 87 votes in favor to 15 against, including Syria, Iran, Russia and China. There were also 34 abstentions out of 136 countries taking part.

    France had introduced the anti-Syria motion on behalf of 46 countries also including Britain and the United States.

    The Syrian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that only 45 percent of CWC’s 193 member states not the majority voted in favor of “the illegitimate decision,” which is inconsistent with the OPCW’s usual procedures.

    “The Syrian Arab Republic condemns, in the strongest terms, the hostile approach embodied today in the work of the 25th session of the Conference of the States Parties in the Chemical Weapons convention, as Western countries, especially the US, Britain and France practiced the most heinous methods of blackmail, threats and pressure to pass a Western decision against Syria in a dangerous precedent in the history of the organization,” it added.

    The ministry also complained that the countries behind the resolution have “deliberately ignored the great efforts exerted by Syria during eight years, since its voluntary access to CWC, and the unprecedented cooperation it has showed with the Organization teams.”

    “The decision is a message that comes in the context of the western direct support for the terrorist groups in Syria, and it is an encouragement to terrorists to go ahead in their crimes, including the chemical crimes, perpetrated by these groups in all incidents witnessed in Syria against civilians,” it said.

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