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Topic - Ahmet Uzumcu
Uzumcu says the United States has offered to help destroy some of the most lethal parts of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile, Uzumcu said in a statement Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, the U.S. government has offered to contribute "a destruction technology, full operational support and financing to neutralize" the weapons offshore, most likely on a ship in the Mediterranean Sea.