The International Narcotic Control Board (INCB) is a thirteen member body of independent experts charged with monitoring implementation of three international drug control treaties known as the UN conventions. These conventions oblige governments to curb the illicit supply, traffic and consumption of narcotic and psychotropic drugs while making such drugs available for medical purpose. Each year, the Board collects information from signatory states and issues recommendations for future actions to national governments and international agencies.
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