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Uruguay. 2010 ‘Export Controls (Controles de la exportación).’ National Report of Uruguay on its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA); A, 7-iii, pp. 13-14. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Uruguay to the United Nations. 20 January

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Controles de la exportación

¿Utlliza su país certificados de usuario final autentificados para este propósito?

- Para cada operación de importación, exportación o tránsito, se exige siempre el "Certificado de Destino Final", expedido por el organismo competente del país exportador y de aquellos Estados por los cuales la mercaderia transitará. A su vez, se emite por el Servicio de Material y Armamento certificados de usuario final en el caso de importaciones y tránsito (y exportaciones si las hubiere), en ejercicio de la delegación que el Ministerio de Defensa Nacional le otorgara por Decreto 91/993 de 24 de febrero de 1993.

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Export Controls

Does your country utilize authenticated end-user certificates for this purpose?

- For each import, export or transit operation, the "Certificate of Final Destination" is always required, issued by the competent authority of the exporting country and those states through which the goods transit. In turn, end-user certificates are issued by the National Army Material and Arms Department for imports and transits (and exports if any), in exercise of the delegation that the Ministry of Defence Decree 91/993 granted him on February 24, 1993.

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