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European Commission. 2014 ‘Greece.’ Study to Support an Impact Assessment on Options for Combatting Illicit Firearms Trafficking in the European Union, p. 166. Luxembourg: Centre for Strategy & Evaluation Services. 1 July

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Provision on the criminalisation of illicit firearms trafficking: Greece

Law 2168/93 (amended by 3944/2011) provides that any transaction that takes place with weapons without authorisation constitutes a criminal offence.

Law 2168/93 was amended by N.3944/2011 in 2011 to transpose the provisions of Directive 2008/51/EC.

Article 7 of the same law makes provision for falsifying or illicitly obliterating, removing or altering the marking(s) on firearms (6 months imprisonment and fine as above) [Full statutory reference required to confirm provisions on manufacturing]

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