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Cuba. 2014 ‘Small Arms and Light Weapons Regulation (Regulación de las Armas Pequeñas y Ligeras).’ National Report of Cuba 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) and the International Tracing Instrument (ITI), p. 3. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations. 30 April

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Regulación de las Armas Pequeñas y Ligeras

7. En Cuba existe un control riguroso sobre los poseedores legales de armas de fuego y no se permite la comercialización de ningún tipo de arma, no permitiéndose la compra y venta de armas a personas naturales ni entre ellas, así como tampoco entre personas jurídicas y naturales. Todo esto permite mantener niveles bajos de armas de fuego en poder de la delincuencia. En el ámbito interno no existe tráfico ilícito de armas pequeñas y ligeras.

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Small Arms and Light Weapons Regulation

7. In Cuba, there is strict control of legal owners of firearms and the trade of any type of weapon is prohibited, including the purchase and sale of weapons to individuals or amongst them, and/or between legal persons and individuals. This allows [the state] to maintain low levels of firearms in criminal hands. Domestically, there is no illicit trade of small arms and light weapons.

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