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Waszink, Camilla. In: Faltas, Sami and Vera Chrobok (Eds.). 2004 ‘Policies: Export of SALW and Ammunition.’ Disposal of Surplus Small Arms: A survey of policies and practices in OSCE countries; Chapter 5, p. 66. Bonn: Bonn International Center for Conversion, BASIC, Saferworld, and the Small Arms Survey. 1 February

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National/OSCE Common Export Control Criteria and Other International
Commitments

Norway controls the export of SALW on the basis of national legislation for armaments, equipment and technology, including the Act of 18 December 1987 relating to control of the export of strategic goods, services, technology.

Export control practices are strict, taking into account criteria such as international security, stability and nonproliferation concerns. No licences are issued to embargoed destinations or areas of concern.

Norway follows the criteria and principles of the EU Code of Conduct, the UN
Register on Conventional Arms Transfers, The Wassenaar Arrangement, the Australia
Group, the Nuclear Suppliers Group, the Missile Technology Control Regime and
various regional initiatives.

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