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On 1 November 2018, the EU External Affairs Sub-Committee considered the Council Decision and Council Regulation concerning restrictive measures against the use and proliferation of chemical weapons.
The Committee decided to retain the Council Decision and Council Regulation under scrutiny and wrote a letter to the Rt Hon Sir Alan Duncan MP, Minister for Europe and the Americas, asking him:
The Committee agreed to clear this item from scrutiny on 10 January 2019.
Within his letter, the Minister states that:
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Find out more about the scrutiny of EU documents: