1. Exteriors of OPCW - Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
2. Various of interiors of press conference
3. Various of blue files - disclosing Libya's chemical weapons programme
4. Rogelio Pfirter, the director general of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rogelio Pfirter, the director general of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
"The OPCW has carried on munitions, the empty ones, the bombshells were destroyed last week, they found 3300 plus bombs that had been especially made in order to deploy the chemical weapons and those had already been destroyed. And now, what we have received today - which you have seen - is the declaration of the actual agents, the mustard gas that Libya is informing the world it had and which it intends to destroy in accordance with the obligations under the convention."
6. OPCW plaque
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rogelio Pfirter, the director general of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
"All chemical weapons are very bad - so potentially the resources are for the production of terror weapons but the only ones that have actually been completed as chemical weapons are the mustard."
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rogelio Pfirter, the director general of Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
"What we hope is that seeing the example of Libya and seeing how it has been extremely helpful to Libya in its relations with the rest of the world, other countries particularly in the Middle East and other regions will be encouraged to do so. We are also concerned about the Korean peninsular - North Korea is still not a member so there too we look forward to them joining us."
Libya acknowledged stockpiling 20 tons of mustard gas and disclosed the location of a chemical weapons production plant
in a declaration submitted on Friday to the chemical weapons watchdog organisation.
Speaking to reporters at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons headquarters in the Hague, Rogelio Pfirter, the director general of the organisation said Libya had handed over 14 file cartons disclosing Libya's chemical weapons programme.
Pfirter praised Libya's cooperation with the OPCW after it ratified the Chemical Weapons Convention in January.
The declaration was a major step in Libya's eliminating its weapons of mass destruction, which it unexpectedly promised last December, hoping to end its international isolation and restore relations with the United States.
On Thursday, the White House lifted the ban on Americans traveling to Libya and said it would expand the US diplomatic presence in Tripoli.
It also said US companies that were in Libya before the sanctions can begin negotiating their return, pending the end of sanctions.
In the past week, Libya made the first concrete move to eliminate its stockpiles when it destroyed 3,300 aerial bombs specifically intended to carry chemical payloads.