Destroying Lybia's WMD

AP/NY Times:

Pentagon specialists made an unannounced visit to Libya in January to see what it would take to help Libya destroy its tons of chemical weapons, a process that could cost $100 million.

James A. Tegnelia, director of a Pentagon unit known as the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, said Thursday that the officials who were in Libya are now writing a proposal for the State and Defense departments, spelling out various options for helping Libya comply with an international agreement to get rid of the banned weapons.


We should do it and also examine them to see if any came from Iraq's stokepile that is still unaccounted for.


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