Learn about the ECIPS's role in instigating and implementing its mandate and policies. ECIPS primary functions is in creating special, multidisciplinary investigative centers to Investigate and address high-priority issues such as nonproliferation, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, international organized crime and narcotics trafficking, environment, and arms control intelligence.
Euopean Centre for Information Policy and Security ECIPS a International Organization "Utility in Public Interest" in the form of an N.P.M.I.A. under Belgian law, in accordance with the law of 27th June 1921, the articles of association established under Treaty 124 of International Organizations Reference ETS No.124 Entry into Force 01/01/1991. All technical staff including the president is protected under Vienna Convention 1986. The organization was approved by Royal Decree on 14th June 2015
giving ECIPS full International Status under Treaty 124 of International Organizations Reference ETS No.124 and its
Articles whereas Belgium signed on the 24/04/1986 and came into force on 1/01/1991.
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