(From Agence France Presse)
Inspectors from a global chemical weapons body will for the first time survey an industrial site in Pakistan as a "routine" inspection, officials said.
The Hague-based Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is sending inspectors to the southern port city of Karachi on April 29 to inspect Pakistan's largest fertilizer plant, Fauji Jordan Fertilizer, a senior official told AFP.
"They are more than welcome to inspect the Fauji Jordan Fertilizer site," he said, asking not to be named. "Pakistan does not have any chemical weapons."
The foreign ministry said the inspection "was the first of its kind …