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Congo (DRC). 2011 ‘Marking (Marquage).’ National Report of the Democratic Republic of Congo on Its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA), p. 11. New York NY: Permanent Mission of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the United Nations. 1 December

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La législation congolaise impose aux fabricants de marquer leurs armes et prévoit également l'identification standardisée des Armes Légères et de Petit Calibre. La falsification ou l'effacement illicite, l'altération ou l'enlèvement des marques sont incriminés. Il existe une obligation de marquer les armes légères lors de leur importation, exportation et transit.

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Congolese legislation requires that manufacturers mark their arms and also provides for a standardized identification of SALW. Forgery or unlawful deletion, alteration or removal of markings are criminalised. Arms that are imported, exported or in transit must be marked.

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