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LONDON — Pressure intensified on Syrian rebels on Monday to permit access to chemical weapons sites in areas under their control, as officials said the rapidly shifting lines in the civil war made it difficult for inspectors to reach some locations and called for all parties to ease the process of dismantling Syria’s toxic arms.
reply to post by Cobaltic1978
It says access to weapons sites in areas they control not chemical weapons sites they control,now I would expect if they control an area they could take over the site but maybe they don't want to or can't for whatever reason, either way the call is too stop sniper fire etc from rebels and Assads regime on the inspectors.
I do wonder why there wasn't more open talk about how access to production grade material wasn't necessarily a major problem for the rebels.