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Norway. 2016 ‘Brokering.’ National Report of Norway 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 4, p. 4. New York NY: Permanent Mission of Norway to the United Nations. 9 June

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Section 4: Brokering

7. Does your country have laws, regulations and/or administrative procedures governing brokering of SALW? YES

7.1. List laws and/or administrative procedures regulating SALW brokering in your country.

Trading in, negotiating or otherwise assisting in the sale of military goods and technology included in List I (national munitions list; identical to the Wassenaar Arrangements' list) from one foreign country to another is not permitted without a licence from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, see Royal Decree of 18 December 1987 No. 967 as amended 19 June 2013, see web-link above Corresponding provisions apply in connection with negotiations for goods included on List II (dual use list), and for appurtenant technology and services if it is known or there is reason to believe that such goods, technology or service are or may be intended, in their entirety or in part, for use in connection with the development, production, maintenance, storage, detection, identification or proliferation of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons or other nuclear explosive devices, and in connection with the development, production, maintenance or storage of missiles that can deliver such weapons. The Export Control Act lays down specific penalties…

7.2. Does your country require registration of SALW brokers? YES

7.3 Does your country require a licence, permit or other authorisation for each brokering transaction? YES…

[SALW = Small Arms and Light Weapons]

ID: Q13127

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