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T&T has called on Syria s Bashar Al-
Assad regime to honour its obligations
under the recent US-Russia agreement to
submit a comprehensive listing of its
chemical weapon stockpile in a week, For-
eign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran
This list should include the specific
type of weapons, and their locations.
During Monday s budget debate in the
Lower House, Tower D, Waterfront Centre,
Wrigthson Road, Port-of-Spain, Dookeran
read out a message which T&T s Govern-
ment has issued following the weekend
agreement by the US and Russia on the sit-
uation in Syria.
Dookeran said T&T lauded the US-Russia
agreement for Syria to surrender its stockpile
of chemical weapons for destruction by
Dookeran said this significantly reduced
the possibility of US-led military action
against Syria for its alleged use of chemical
weapons on August 21 against Syrian people.
He said T&T also noted Russia s opposition
to military action and the US position that
once the administration of Assad honours
the agreement, there will be no military
Dookeran said T&T congratulated both
the US and Russia for the commitment to
peace and security in the Middle East ter-
ritory and called on all parties to use the
recent agreement as a platform to solve the
war there through mediation using non-
violent means. (GA)
Dookeran calls on Al-Assad to
comply with arms surrender
Man burnt for
A 49-year-old man of Wallerfield remains
hospitalised after being set on fire during an
argument with a relative over cigarette smok-
ing on Monday night.
Police said around 10 pm Glen Chester was
at his home off the Churchill-Roosevelt High-
way in Wallerfield when he and a 23-year-
old relative got into an argument over smoking
a cigarette inside the house.
During the argument, the relative reportedly
went outside and returned with a canister of
gasoline. The relative doused Chester with
the fuel, set him on fire and then ran away,
Neighbours contacted police after hearing
Chester s screams and smoke coming from
his house. Detectives of the Arima CID led
by Sgt Carl Hosten responded and put out
Chester was taken to the Eric Williams
Medical Sciences Complex in Mt Hope. He
suffered third degree burns and was listed in
a critical condition up to late yesterday.
After the incident, police searched the area
for the relative but were unsuccessful. Inves-
tigators said an arrest is imminent.
Cpl Peterson, PCs Hall and Collin also visited
the scene and are continuing investigations.
Guard held with
ganja outside prison
A prisons officer was arrested on Monday
for attempting to smuggle marijuana into
the Golden Grove Prison in Arouca.
According to reports, around 3 pm, officers
of the Arouca CID led by Insp Wayne Baptiste
received a tip-off and confront the officer at
the prison car-park.
The 37-year-old officer was held just before
he was about to enter to take up duties. While
searching the officer, the lawmen found 874
grammes of marijuana.
He was arrested and detained at the Arouca
Police Station. The exercise was coordinated
by Senior Supt David Abraham and included
PCs Thomas and Borris.
In July, another prisons officer, Malcolm
Springle appeared in the Arima Magistrates
Court charged with possession of 271 grammes
of marijuana at the same prison.
Springle, of Cipero Street, San Fernando
pleaded not guilty to the charge and was placed
on $50,000 bail.
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