More adventures in European dhimmitude. From the World Tribune, with thanks to Ali Dashti:
LONDON – The European Union appears to have resolved a year-long dispute with Syria over its weapons of mass destruction program.
Officials said Brussels and Damascus have agreed on a clause that addresses Syria’s WMD programs. They said the clause does not stipulate that Syria must dismantle its programs, rather that Damascus would not proliferate biological, chemical or nuclear weapons.
“It [association agreement] includes essential provisions on respect for the democratic principles and fundamental human rights, cooperation to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery, and anti-terrorism,” the EU statement said.
In September, U.S. officials said the intelligence community determined that Syria transferred chemical bombs and rockets to Sudan, Middle East Newsline reported. The officials said the Syrian nonconventional weapons appeared to have been tested in battle in the rebel-torn Darfour province.