Citation(s) from the literature library

Pietz, Tobias, Rebekka Edelmann, and Elvan Isikozlu. 2006 ‘Farewell to Arms.’ SALW Survey of Croatia; Section 5.14, pp. 52-53. Belgrade: South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) / Bonn International Center for Conversion. 1 November

Relevant contents

Farewell to Arms

The MoI sees 'Farewell to Arms' as the most successful programme in Croatia so far.

Between 22 February 2001 and 31 December 2002, 6,574 weapons were collected, 67,333 items of explosive ordnance, 2.3 million rounds of ammunition, and 3,748 kg of explosives.

An interesting detail is that one third of the weapons were collected within the last two weeks.

In addition, about 11,064 requests for legal registration of firearms were submitted.

[MoI = Ministry of the Interior]

ID: Q3633

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