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Cuba. 2009 ‘General Customs (Aduana General).’ Resolution No. 30, Regulation of Decree-Law No. 262, on Firearms and Ammunition (Resolution No. 30, Reglamento del Decreto-Ley No. 262, Sobre Armas y Municiones); Chapter II, Section 2 (Article 14), pp. 20-21. Havana: Official Gazette of the Republic of Cuba. 31 December

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Artículo 14. Aduana General

Las armas de fuego sobre las que se autorice la importación definitiva por personas jurídicas y las naturales nacionales o extranjeras con residencia permanente, con el fin de obtener la correspondiente Licencia de Armas de Fuego, una vez arribada al territorio nacional son retenidas por los funcionarios de la Aduana General de la República debidamente acreditados, los que informan de inmediato al Organo de la Policía Nacional Revolucionaria correspondiente, para que se persone y sean extraídas del recinto aduanero por el órgano de Operaciones del Ministerio del Interior correspondiente, en poder del cual se mantienen hasta tanto se expida la correspondiente licencia o se decida su destino final. Igual procedimiento se seguirá cuando se autorice la importación definitiva de armas de fuego destinadas a la Seguridad y Protección.

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Article 14. General Customs

The firearms whose permanent import by individuals and legal persons, whether national or foreign with permanent residency, has been authorised and with the aim of obtaining the corresponding Firearm Licence upon arrival to the national territory, are retained by competent officials of the General Customs of the Republic, who shall immediately report to the corresponding body of the National Revolutionary Police, so that these firearms be taken out of Customs premises by the corresponding agency of the Ministry of the Interior Operations, which shall be in charge and control of them until the corresponding licence is issued, or their final destination is decided. The same process shall be followed for the permanent import of firearms intended for Security and Protection.

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