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[casi] Re: UNSCOM Record

Dear Peter,

On the topic of UNSCOM and the IAEA's activities in Iraq, as well as the
state of Iraq's non-conventional weapons, you may wish to read:

Source: “Report of the First Panel Established Pursuant to the Note by The
President of The Security Council on 30 January 1999 (S/1999/100),
Concerning Disarmament and Current and Future Ongoing Monitoring and
Verification Issues”, S/1999/356, 27 March 1999,

* The report states: "Although important elements still have to be resolved,
the bulk of Iraq's proscribed weapons programmes has been eliminated."
(para. 25)

Source: Glen Rangwala, "Claims and Evaluations of Iraq's Proscribed
Weapons", Middle East Reference,

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