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Moldova. 2010 ‘National Coordination Agency.’ National Report of Moldova on its Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA); Section 1, p. 1. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Moldova to the United Nations. 1 January

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1. National Coordination Agency

In the Republic of Moldova, Parliament is responsible for legal regulation of
arms control.

The Government has the following arms control responsibilities:
(a) Development of a strategy for arms production at specialized State facilities;
(b) The organization of production, acquisition and sale of arms;
(c) Acquisition of arms from foreign States;
(d) Sale of arms owned by the State to other countries or foreign legal persons;
(e) Determine arrangements for the storage and handling of weapons owned by the Government, taking decisions regarding the transfer of arms which are in the
possession of and used by State bodies;
(f) Developing procedures for keeping a State arms inventory and a State arms registry;
(g) Compiling a list of types of arms and ammunition which may be sold to legal persons and entities;
(h) Other functions in its area of competence.

The Interdepartmental Commission for the Control of Export, Re-transfer, Import and Transit of Strategic Materials (hereinafter referred to as the Commission), established by Act No. 1163-XIV of 26 July 2000 on the control of export, re-transfer, import and transit of strategic materials, is a permanent body of the Government of the Republic of Moldova.

The Commission is guided in its work by current legislation on the control of export, re-transfer, import and transit of strategic materials in the Republic of Moldova, and also by Government Decision No. 606 of 15 May 2002 on the national system for the control of export, re-transfer, import and transit of strategic materials.

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