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Military > Weapons of mass destruction > Chemical Weapons Convention ratification: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Date of ratification of the Chemical Weapon Convention (CWC) of countries who either declared chemical weapon stockpiles, are suspected of secretly stockpiling them, or are running chemical weapons research programs.
COUNTRY DESCRIPTION
Albania May 11, 1994
China April 4, 1997
Egypt No
India September 3, 1996
Iran November 3, 1997
Israel No
Japan September 15, 1995
Libya January 6, 2004 (acceded)
North Korea No
Pakistan October 28, 1997
Russia November 5, 1997
Serbia and Montenegro April 20, 2000 (acceded)
Sudan May 24, 1999 (acceded)
Syria No
Taiwan n/a
United States April 25, 1997
Vietnam September 30, 1998

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"Countries Compared by Military > Weapons of mass destruction > Chemical Weapons Convention ratification. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Wikipedia: Chemical weapon proliferation. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Military/Weapons-of-mass-destruction/Chemical-Weapons-Convention-ratification

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