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Croatia. 2010 ‘Export Controls.’ National Report of Croatia 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), pp. 14-15. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Croatia to the United Nations. 1 January
Export and import of conventional weapons and related technologies shall be carried out based on the licence of the Ministry of the Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship. The Ministry issues the licence for each particular case of export based on approval of the Commission comprising one representative of the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integrations and the Ministry of the Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship. Granting of approval requires consensus of all members of the Commission.
If some of the Commission members are not able to grant approval for the requested export or import within the term of 15 days from the Commission meeting, providing no decision was rendered on refusing the request, the Minister of the Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship shall request opinion in writing from the competent ministers for the subject request. The export or import request shall be submitted to the Ministry of the Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship in a set forth form. The licences shall be issued with validity of six months without the possibility of extension. The Act provides for the possibility of issuing the general licence for temporary export for the purpose of repair or for tenders with validity term up to one year, without the possibility of extension