. National Authority, Chemical Weapons Convention
- NACWC was set up by a resolution of Cabinet Secretariat
dated May 1997, to fulfil the obligations enunciated in the Chemical Weapons Convention. This Convention prohibit the development, production, execution, transfer, use and stockpiling of all chemical weapons by member states in a non-discriminatory manner.
- The National Authority has been awarded an ISO
9001-2008 certification by Bureau Veritas, on Nov., 2010, making India’s National Authority the world’s first ISO certified National Authority, among the States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention.