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Gobinet, Pierre. 2011 ‘Military Firearm Stocks and Surpluses - Croatia.’ Significant Surpluses: Weapons and Ammunition Stockpiles in South-east Europe; Special Report No. 13 (Table 2), p. 26. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, and the Regional Approach to Stockpile Reduction / RASR. 1 December

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Military Firearm Stocks and Surpluses - Croatia

Table 2: Small arms and light weapons surplus stockpiles in RASR participating countries, 2011 (pieces)

Country: Total Stockpile - Needs - Declared Surplus in 2011

Croatia: 260,689 Croatian Armed Forces + 93,000 MoI in 2006 (40) - Classified in 2011 (41) - 69,000 in 2006 (42) - 0 (43)

[MoI = Ministry of the Interior, responsible for some law enforcement].

Sources cited:

40, 42) SEESAC (South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons). 2006. SALW Survey of Croatia. Belgrade: SEESAC and BICC (pp. 7–8). http://www.seesac.org/uploads/salwsurveys/FINAL_PDF.pdf

41, 43) Croatia. 2011. 'Questionnaire for Croatian MoD Authorities and Demilitarization Experts.' Unpublished.

Note: The country case study sections in this Special Report provide detailed breakdowns of the above figures, if available.

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