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Algeria strengthens its cooperation with Germany under the banner of   OPCW  

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Algeria has made another step forward upgrading its technical and scientific capabilities, with the signature of two Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) relating to the twinning between “the National Institute of Criminalistics and Criminology” (INCC) and “Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection of Germany” (WIS), in the margins of its   participation in the 5th Review Conference on the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention, held in The Hague from 15 to 19 May 2023.

Germany and Algeria’s flags.

The first MoU which provides for support, under the umbrella of the OPCW’s laboratory twinning program, was signed with the OPCW Technical Secretariat, while the second was signed with “Bundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection of Germany Research Institute for Protective Technology and Protection against CBRN Weapons” (WIS).

This 41-months project aims to build the capacity of the Algerian Institute in areas related to the implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention for the use of chemistry for peaceful purposes. Its objective is to improve the performance of the INCC in order to obtain the status of designated laboratory of OPCW and attest of their mastery in areas of chemical analysis and expertise related to the Convention.”

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