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Tanzania. 2001 ‘Reciprocal Recognition of Arms Licences Issued in Neighbouring Countries.’ The Arms and Ammunition Act, Chapter 223, No.19 of 2007; Part II (Section 7). Dar es Salaam: Ministry of Home Affairs. 4 May

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Reciprocal Recognition of Arms Licences Issued in Neighbouring Countries

7. The Minister may, if he is satisfied that reciprocal provisions have been or will be made by the Governments of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Zaire [Democratic Republic of Congo], Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe or Mozambique for the recognition by or under the law in force in the said countries of arms licences granted under this Act, by order declare that an arms licence or firearm certificate corresponding to an arms licence under this Act and issued under such law shall, on being endorsed by an authorised officer, have the same effect and validity in the United Republic as if it were an arms licence granted under this Act.

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