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SEESAC. 2006 ‘SALW Destruction Programmes and Capacities - Serbia.’ South Eastern Europe Small Arms and Light Weapons Monitor, 2006, p. 98. Belgrade: South Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons / SEESAC and Saferworld. 1 January

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SALW Destruction Programmes and Capacities - Serbia
[SALW = small arms and light weapons]

In 2005/6, a total of 14,936 weapons seized and recovered through police activities were destroyed by the MoI at the US Steel facility in Smederevo.

With financial support from the Federal Republic of Germany and assistance from UNDP's SALW Control in Serbia and Montenegro (SACISCG) programme, additional SALW (7,018 weapons) were destroyed in December 2005 and March 2006 (7,918 weapons).

Both weapon destruction events received extensive coverage in the media.

[MoI = Ministry of the Interior; SACISCG = Small Arms Control in Serbia and Montenegro]

ID: Q4028

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