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Moldova. 2010 ‘National Standards and Procedures for Stockpile Management and Security.’ 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 5, p. 14. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Moldova to the United Nations. 1 January
National Standards and Procedures for Stockpile Management and Security
Stockpiles of small arms and light weapons held by the National Army are verified by officials in accordance with the Internal Service Regulations of the Republic of Moldova: at least twice a year by the military unit's commanding officer; scheduled and unscheduled inspections by the military unit's chief of staff; at least twice a year by the battalion (division) commander; planned and unplanned inspections by the battalion (division) chief of staff; at least once a month by the company (battery) commander; at least once a week by the platoon commander; and every day by the section commander.
Twice a year there is a full-scale inspection by the military unit's inventory commission, which compiles the relevant documents.
In the course of the year, logistic experts from the Command carry out scheduled inspections for the security and safekeeping of weapons held at military units.
Random and scheduled checks are also carried out by experts from the Inspector-General's Department, Troops Service, General Staff of the Combined Forces Command…
Stockpiles of small arms and light weapons held by the police and other competent authorities are checked by the commanding officer at least once a month and by a special commission at least once a year or when necessary.
Stockpiles of small arms and light weapons surplus to needs which are held by the armed forces, police and other competent authorities are reported in accordance with the internal regulations of those institutions.