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 Tuesday, 28 January, 2003, 20:53 GMT
UK's questions for Iraq
Downing Street on Tuesday published this list of "10 questions Iraq must answer" in the wake of the United Nations weapons inspectors' reports.

Iraq has insisted it is co-operating with the inspections regime and says it is willing to answer any questions the inspectors have.


  • Will Iraq provide co-operation on the substance of inspections?

  • Will Iraq agree to U2 surveillance plane flights on UN terms?

  • Will Iraq now end all harassment of inspectors?

  • Will Iraq now either provide evidence of the destruction of its VX nerve agent or co-operate fully with its destruction?

  • Will Iraq now account for all its chemical bombs and rockets?

  • Will Iraq now credibly explain the purpose of quantities found of Thiodiglycol, a precursor chemical for mustard gas?

  • Will Iraq now provide the evidence that it destroyed its anthrax or co-operate fully with its destruction?

  • Will Iraq now account for the extended range of its Al Samoud 2 and Al Fatah missiles?

  • Will Iraq now produce all documents from their places of hiding (after inspectors found papers about laser enrichment of uranium in a scientist's home)?

  • Will Iraq now actively provide interviews with scientists on UN terms?


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