An inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at work at an undisclosed location in Syria. Chemical inspectors have checked 14 out of more than 20 sites in Syria, the world's chemical weapons watchdog said October 18, 2013. Photo: Syrian TV
(VOVworld)- In a meeting with Sigrid Kaag, leader of the joint Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons mission in Syria, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Riabkov said that Syrian chemical weapons could be disposed of outside Syria. Kaag said several rounds of talks have been conducted by representatives of Russia, the US, and the Syrian government. She declined to further comment on the possibility of delivery of Syrian chemical weapons to Albania to be destroyed. According to Russia’s Kommersant daily newspaper, Syrian chemical weapons could be delivered to Albania. 2 million USD is the amount Russia has pledged to support this activity.