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Serbia. 2010 ‘Situation Analysis.’ Strategy on Small Arms and Light Weapons Control in the Republic of Serbia for the Period 2010-1015, p. 3. Belgrade: Serbian Government. 13 May

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Situation Analysis

According to the official statistics, in late 2008 there were 1,172,468 weapons in legal civilian possession.

From 2005 to 2009 in the Republic of Serbia 6,191 crimes were committed with the use of firearms. In the same period 6,284 firearms in illegal possession were seized from citizens, and 50,541 weapons that used to be under state control were destroyed, 8,018 of which were man portable anti-aircraft systems (MANPADS).

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