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Godnick, William and Helena Vasquez. 2003 ‘Honduras: Import and Export.’ Small Arms Control in Central America: Monitoring the Implementation of Small Arms Control Projects (MISAC); Latin America Series No. 2, p. 27. London: International Alert, Security and Peacebuilding Programme. 1 June

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Honduras: Import and Export

Honduran law does not contemplate small arms production, it refers only to explosives production. Authorisation is required from both the security and defence ministries in order to re-export weapons, indicating the country of destination and product description. Importation is exclusively the responsibility of the Ministry of Defence, which maintains a small arms imports register. There are no limitations on the quantities of ammunition that may be imported under the law.

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