United Nations Special Commission Completes Sixth Inspection of Iraqi Chemical Weapons Sites
A United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) inspection team has recently returned from Iraq after completing their sixth mission. The missions are authorized by the United Nations Security Council under the terms of the cease-fire resolution 687 (1991), which calls for the elimination of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.
UNSCOM members from Austria, France, Soviet Union, Switzerland and Japan return from an inspection of a heavily destroyed warehouse at Muhammadiyat Storage site. [22 October-2 November 1991]