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Belgium. 2010 ‘Regional Cooperation (Coopération rgionale).’ National Report of Belgium 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); Section B.3, pp. 13-14. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Belgium to the United Nations. 1 January

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Coopération régionale

Police

La Belgique participe à la coopération policière internationale en matière de lutte contre le trafic d'armes, tant par le biais d'échanges d'informations bilatéraux ou par la contribution aux systèmes EUROPOL et INTERPOL. De plus, en tant que membre de l'Union Européenne, la Belgique se doit de respecter la législation européenne édictée en la matière. Par ailleurs, la Belgique participe activement au groupe des European Firearms Experts (EFE), placé sous l'égide de la European Task Force Chiefs of Police.

Elle est représentée au sein de ce groupe par la Police Judiciaire Fédérale - Direction de la lutte contre la criminalité contre les Biens - Service ARMES.

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Regional Cooperation

Police

Belgium takes part in international police cooperation in the fight against arms trafficking, both through the bilateral exchange of information or by contributing with the EUROPOL and INTERPOL systems. Moreover, as a member of the European Union, Belgium must respect European legislation issued on the subject. Additionally, Belgium is actively involved in the group of European Firearms Expert (EFE), under the European Task Force Chiefs of Police.

It is represented in this group by the Federal Judicial Police - Directorate of the fight against crime against property - ARMES service.

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