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You will see that paragraphs 19 and 37 of this report
> > (dated 4 September 1997) mention expected arrival of
> > chlorine and protocols developed for tracking it in
> > Iraq. (A complete list of Secretary-General's report
> > can be found at
> > http://www.cam.ac.uk/societies/casi/info/un.html)
Would it be accurate, so far as we know, to say that supplies of chlorine, expected in Sept. 1997 would have been the first chlorine imports since sanctions began in 1990? Cheers, Tim