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Vietnam. 2017 ‘Principles of Management and Use of Weapons, Explosives, Explosives Precursors and Combat Gears.’ Law on Management and Use of Weapons, Explosives and Combat Gears; Ch. I (Article 4), pp. 3-4. Hanoi: National Assembly. 20 June

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Article 4. Principles of management and use of weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears

1. The management and use of weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall comply with the Constitution and law of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

2. Weapons, explosives and combat gears shall be provided for eligible persons in accordance with standards and technical regulations.

3. People managing and using weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall satisfy all conditions prescribed by regulations of law.

4. People ordering and deciding the use of weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall be responsible for their orders and decisions.

5. Weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall be used for proper purposes and in accordance with regulations and minimize damage to people, property and the environment.

6. Research into, manufacture, trading, equipment, import, export, transport, repair and use of weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall obtain licenses and certificates issued by authorities.

7. Weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears that are redundant, expired or no longer usable shall be recovered, liquidated or destroyed

8. Any loss of weapons, explosives, explosives precursors, combat gears and licenses and certificates shall be notified promptly to competent authorities.

9. Weapons, explosives, explosives precursors and combat gears shall be tested, verified, assessed and registered in accordance with regulations of law on managing quality of products and goods before they are produced, traded and used in Vietnam.

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