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Albania. 2007 ‘State Control over Use of Licences, Authorisations and International Import Certificates.’ Law No.9707 on State Import-Export Control of Military Goods and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies; Article 28. Tirana: Parliament of the Republic of Albania. 5 April
State Control over Use of Licences, Authorisations and International Import Certificates.
Entities involved in international transfers of goods, which have obtained a licence, authorisation and international import certificate, submit to the State Export Control Authority a written report on the actual conduct of transfers of goods mentioned in these documents, and on use of these goods according to the stated purpose.
The format and timescale of and timing for submission report are established by the State Export Control Authority.
Upon request by the State Export Control Authority, an entity involved in international transfers of goods hands in the documents and required information on its performance in the export control field, including documents of guarantee, technical certificates and other documents, on the signing and implementation of an economic agreement/contract with foreign countries in international transfers of goods. This entity is obliged to keep these documents for a period of 10 years.