NCPW holds exercises to face chemical emergency

 08 Nov 2017 - 10:02

NCPW holds exercises to face chemical emergency
NCPW at Armed Forces yesterday conducted simulation exercise to face a chemical emergency with the aim to show Qatar’s readiness for facing chemical threats.

The Peninsula

The National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons (NCPW) at Armed Forces yesterday conducted simulation exercise to face a chemical emergency with the aim to show Qatar’s readiness for facing chemical threats.

NCPW Deputy Chairman Brigadier General (Air) Hassan Saleh Al Nesf attended the simulation exercise.

Its conduct coincided with the “NCT Middle East 2017” conference on unconventional threats in the Middle East which was launched on Monday at W hotel under the organization of the National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons (NCPW) in cooperation with Netherlands-based company IB Consultancy.

A number of entities participated in the simulation exercise like Civil Defense, Internal Security Force ‘Lekhwiya’, Qatar Red Crescent, Chemical Defense Team at Armed Forces , and Medical Services at Armed Forces. 
The conference on unconventional threats in the Middle East (NCT Middle East 2017) and its accompanying exhibition launched Monday in Doha and will conclude today under the organization of the National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons (NCPW) in cooperation with Netherlands-based company IB Consultancy.