U.S. President Trump calls on UN Security council to renew inquiry into Syria chemical arms use

- U.S. President Trump calls on UN Security council to renew inquiry into Syria chemical arms use.

- Aiming to prevent Syria from using the arms again.

- This development comes as the Syrian government gradually draws closer to ending the war against IS.
U.S. President Donald Trump has called on all the members of the United Nations Security council to renew the
international inquiry into chemical weapons attacks in Syria. 

In his message to the 15 nation UN security council, President Trump urged members to back the renewal of of the inquiry to prevent Syria from using the arms again.

“Need all on the UN Security Council to vote to renew the Joint Investigative Mechanism for Syria to ensure that Assad Regime does not commit mass murder with chemical weapons ever again,” Trump said in a note on Twitter.

The 15-nation council was due to vote on Thursday on rival U.S. and Russian bids to renew the international inquiry, diplomats said on Wednesday, a move that could trigger Russia’s 10th veto to block action on Syria.

This development comes as the Syrian government gradually draws closer to ending the war against IS.

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