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Today Belarusian psychological experts together with Iranian colleagues held an online webinar 10 august 2021

On August 10, 2021 forensic experts of the State Forensic Examination Committee of the Republic of Belarus held an online webinar on issues related to forensic psychology of juveniles. The program of this event was developed together with experts of the Iranian Legal Medicine Organization taking into account the issues of mutual interest.

The delegation of the Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic to the Republic of Belarus visited the State Forensic Examination Committee 17 may 2021

The delegation of the Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic to the Republic of Belarus headed by the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Syrian Arab Republic to the Republic of Belarus Mohammad Aloumrani visited the State Forensic Examination Committee on May 17.

Belarusian forensic experts discussed with their colleagues from the Republic of Korea the issues of research of multicolor electrophotographic printing devices 13 may 2021

On May 13, the State Forensic Examination Committee held a video conference with the National Forensic Service of the Republic of Korea at which the issues of research of multicolor electrophotographic printing devices were considered.

Meeting of the Deputy Chairman of the State Committee with the Charge d'Affaires of the UAE in the Republic of Belarus 16 november 2020

During the meeting sides paid special attention to the questions of the bilateral cooperation in the framework of the Memorandum of Mutual Understanding between the State Forensic Examination Committee of the Republic of Belarus and the Abu Dhabi Police concluded in 2017.

Look from above 16 september 2020

The State Forensic Examination Committee has received 15 new drones this week. The new equipment appeared thanks to the Cross-Border Cooperation Programme «Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus 2014-2020». It is implemented within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Instrument, which is funded by the European Union. The main objective of the project is to increase security in the neighbouring countries the Republic of Lithuania and the Republic of Belarus and to increase the effectiveness of investigation in large areas.