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Yemen. 1994 ‘Trade in Arms.’ Republican Decree No (1) of 1994 of the Executive Regulation of Law No (40) of 1992 on Regulating Carrying Firearms & Ammunitions & Their Trade; Article 25. Sana'a: Ministry of Interior, General Department of Legal Affairs. Translation commissioned by the Yemen Armed Violence Assessment / YAVA. 29 January

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Article (25)

A. Any natural or legal person may not import or enter arms and ammunitions or trade in them except through a valid license in accordance with the provisions of this law and the regulation.

B. The following firearms shall be exempted from the condition of having importation license:

1. Hunting weapons for one piece along with its ammunition.

2. Sports guns for one piece along with its ammunition.

3. Personal firearms for one piece for one piece along with its ammunition.

ID: Q2363

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