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Hadzovic, Denis, Armin Krzalic and Sanja Mihajlovic. 2013 ‘Licensing Export and Import.’ Small Arms Survey 2010/2011: Bosnia and Herzegovina, p. 46. Belgrade: South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC), European Union, UN Development Programme. 20 November

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4.1.1. Licensing Export and Import

[T]he Law on the Import and Export of Arms and Military Equipment and Control of the Import and Export of Dual-Use Items was the first law enacted to regulate this domain and is perhaps the most significant from the perspective of weapons control…

The Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BIH (MoFTER) is the administrative institution in charge of issuing licenses for the export, import, intermediation and transit of goods…

A licence issued for the export and import of weapons is valid for a period of one year. The MoFTER of BiH maintains a database on all issued licenses…

[A]ttention should also be given to the regulations referring to the end-user. According to the positive legal provisions, the broker has the obligation to provide the Ministry with confirmation that the goods included in the export document have reached their final destination…

[BiH = Bosnia and Herzegovina; MoFTER = Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations]

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