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Senegal
Practice Relating to Rule 74. Chemical Weapons
Senegal’s Penal Code (1965), as amended in 2007, states that the following constitute war crimes:
b) [O]ther serious violations of the laws and customs applicable in international armed conflict, within the established framework of international law, namely, any of the following acts:
15. using … asphyxiating, poisonous or similar gases and all analogous liquids, materials or weaponry. 
Senegal, Penal Code, 1965, as amended in 2007, Article 431-3(b)(15).
In 2013, a position paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the Member States of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) that are States Parties to the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), including Senegal, and China noted:
2. Preamble and international security
2.2 The NAM CWC States Parties and China reiterate their long-standing principled position for the achievement of general and complete disarmament, under strict and effective international control, including the prohibition of all weapons of mass destruction.
3. Destruction of chemical weapons and destruction or conversion of chemical weapons production facilities
3.1 The NAM CWC States Parties and China call for the destruction of all categories of chemical weapons by the possessor States Parties and reiterate the importance of the total elimination of all types of weapons of mass destruction, in line with the first preambular paragraph of the Convention.
3.5 The NAM CWC States Parties and China reiterate that the obligation and responsibility regarding the destruction of chemical weapons lie solely with the possessor States Parties, and that fulfilment of this obligation is essential to the achievement of the object and purpose of the Convention. 
Senegal, Position paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the Member States of the Non-Aligned Movement that are States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention, including Senegal, and China, 8 April 2013, §§ 2.2, 3.1 and 3.5.
In 2013, in a statement at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the Member States of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) that are States Parties to the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), including Senegal, and China, the representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran stated:
The existence of weapons of mass destruction continues to pose a threat to international peace and security. The NAM CWC States Parties and China therefore call for the general and complete disarmament under [a] strict and effective verification regime, including the prohibition and elimination of all weapons of mass destruction in line with the first preambular paragraph of the Convention.
The NAM CWC States Parties and China call for the total destruction of all categories of chemical weapons by the possessor States Parties …
It is important that the Third Review Conference call upon the major possessor States to take every necessary measure to ensure the completion of destruction of their chemical weapons stockpiles in the shortest time possible.
We further call upon all the other States Parties that possess old chemical weapons to also complete their destruction of these chemical weapons in the shortest time possible.
… [T]he NAM CWC States Parties and China are fully committed to their obligations under the Convention. We look forward to the elimination of an entire category of weapons of mass destruction in the shortest time possible. 
Senegal, Statement by the representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the Member States of the Non-Aligned Movement that are States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention, including Senegal, and China, 8 April 2013, pp. 2, 3 and 6.
The representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran further stated:
The NAM CWC States Parties and China express their deep concern that chemical weapons may have been used in the Syrian Arab Republic. We underline that the use of chemical weapons by anyone under any circumstances would be reprehensible and completely contrary to the legal norms and standards of the international community. 
Senegal, Statement by the representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the Member States of the Non-Aligned Movement that are States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention, including Senegal, and China, 8 April 2013, p. 4.
In 2013, in a statement at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the African Group of States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), including Senegal, the representative of the Republic of the Sudan stated: “[T]he African Group of States Parties to the CWC are fully committed to their obligations under the Convention, and are looking forward to the elimination of an entire category of weapons of mass destruction in the shortest time possible”. 
Senegal, Statement by the representative of the Republic of the Sudan at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference) on behalf of the African Group of States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention, including Senegal, 8 April 2013, p. 5.
In 2013, in a statement at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference), the permanent representative of Senegal stated:
In our shared fight for the peace and security of the world, the total destruction of chemical weapons is an essential step. This explains our accession to the Convention and our commitment to work towards the realization of its objectives. As part of this, my delegation associates itself with the declarations made by Iran, on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement and China, and by Sudan, on behalf of the African Group. Beyond this act of solidarity, let me strongly reaffirm certain important principles in the positions presented by Iran and Sudan.
1. Regarding destruction
As much as we welcome the progress made, with the destruction of 80% of declared chemical weapons stockpiles, we are equally concerned by the failure to respect the deadline of 29 April 2012. My delegation is convinced that more can and must be done, and more quickly.
2. Regarding the universality of the Convention
The risks against which we fight will still be present, regardless of our determination, as long as not all States have acceded to the Convention. On this subject, I salute the initiative taken by the Director General to rely on the cooperation of regional organizations to convince certain States to join us. I am sure that when he addresses the Executive Council of the African Union in June 2013, this will generate new accessions. The support of Senegal is assured in this endeavour.
7. Implementation of the Programme for Africa
Our session will recognize that this Programme, established by the Director General, in favour of African States, is of vital importance for these and [will] give firm guidelines for its complete implementation in the coming years.
This seems crucial to us. For countries that have neither produced, nor possessed, nor stockpiled chemical weapons; for countries that have no more than embryonic chemical industries; that only have very limited and weak expertise; why should they be interested in being party to a convention on chemical weapons?
If we have acceded to the Convention, it is essentially – and I am not saying exclusively – because[:]
1. the threat that chemical weapons pose to the world knows no borders. All States can be affected by them. 
Senegal, Statement by the permanent representative of Senegal at the Third Special Session of the Conference of States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention (Third Review Conference), 9 April 2013, pp. 1–3.