A Foreign and Commonwealth spokesperson explained that the UK has agreed to provide a Royal Navy Vessel to assist Danish and Norwegian cargo ships in international waters when removing the entire chemical stockpile from Syria by sea.
They added: “The UK is also providing specialist equipment to the US to assist with the hydrolysis of the most sensitive chemicals before their final destruction. These ‘large access devices’ will be used to move the chemicals between their storage units and the hydrolysis equipment.”
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