Security council reportedly investigating suspected chemical and conventional arms cooperation between two countries

Two shipments from North Korea destined for the Syrian government agency responsible for chemical weapons have been intercepted in the past six months, according to a report provided to the United Nations security council in early August.

The report, which was revealed by Reuters on Tuesday, said both shipments were interdicted in the past six months. Syria’s chemical weapons programme is one of the most sensitive sectors of the Assad regime.

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