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IANSA. 2006 ‘Reviewing Action on Small Arms 2006: Assessing the first five years of the UN Programme of Action.’ Biting the Bullet 'Red Book' 2006, pp. 108, 199. New York, NY: International Action Network on Small Arms and the Biting the Bullet project. 26 June

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Ukraine is at the beginning of what will be "the largest single demilitarisation effort in the world". (25)

Supported by the its [sic.] NATO PfP Trust Fund, a 12-year project will be implemented to eliminate an estimated 133,000 tonnes of munitions and 1.5 million SALW [small arms and light weapons]…

The project is supported by the USA, UK, Germany and Canada and will cost an estimated 8 million. (11)

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11) NATO PfP Trust Fund Status, at http://www.namsa.nato.int/inits/ammo_trust_e.htm, information accessed 16/05/2005.

25) NATO/PfP Trust Fund project to destroy surplus weapons and ammunition in Ukraine, see http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/2005/p05-021e.htm

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