Netherlands (FN), Nov. 25 - Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in the Netherlands planned to send its technical team in the second week of December 2017 to help clean the U.S. chemical bombs in Cambodia, according to Ke Da, deputy secretary general of the National Authority for the Prohibition of Chemical, Nuclear Biological and Radiological Weapons on Saturday.
"We have discussed in detail with the OPCW officials. If there is no change, the operation will start in the second week of December”, said Ke Da.
Cambodia Mine Action Center (CMAC) claimed that theu found 22 new locations in Koki Commune, Romeas Hek District, Svay Rieng Province with U.S. chemical bombs.
CMAC reported that more than 100 people have been treated to cure skin infections.
CMAC further added that US chemical bombs has killed Cambodians during and after wars.