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SEESAC. 2006 ‘SALW Destruction Programmes and Capacities.’ South Eastern Europe Small Arms and Light Weapons Monitor, 2006; Table 2, p. 80. Belgrade: South Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons / SEESAC and Saferworld. 1 January

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SALW Destruction Programmes and Capacities

In accordance with Montenegro's SALW Control Strategy, the MoI, supported by the UNDP SACISCG programme, destroyed 2,159 confiscated, surplus and recovered weapons in February 2006. The destruction, which was carried out at the Niksic Steel Factory, was financially supported by the Bulgarian MFA, with SEESAC providing technical assistance.

The MoI also completed the destruction of 527,369 rounds of small arms ammunition during March 2006.

Table 2: SALW Destruction in Montenegro during 2005–6

Implementer: Montenegro MoI
Quantity: 2,159 weapons
Year: 2006
Location: Niksić
Sponsor: Republic of Bulgaria

Implementer: Montenegro MoI
Quantity: 527,369 rounds of SAA
Year: 2006
Location: Radovce
Sponsor: Republic of Bulgaria

[SALW = Small arms and light weapons; MFA = Ministry of Foreign Affairs; MoI = Ministry of the Interior; SAA = Small arms ammunition; SACISCG = Small Arms Control in Serbia and Montenegro Project; SEESAC = South Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons]

ID: Q4032

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