UNSC passes resolution to probe use of chemical weapons in Syria
The use of chemical weapons in Syria conflict will pave way for action by UN Security Council.
The United Nations (UN) Security Council has unanimously passed a resolution that calls for establishment of an investigative body to probe the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria conflict.
The resolution asks UN Secretary General and the head of the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to make recommendations within twenty days for establishment of the investigative body.
Attributing responsibility for the use of chemical weapons in the Syria conflict will pave the way for action by the Security Council.