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France. 2012 ‘Destruction.’ National Report of France 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); Chapter 5, p. 17. New York NY: Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations. 1 January

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10.6 Pendant la période considérée, votre pays a-t-il détruit des stocks d'armes en excédent ? OUI

10.6.1 Combien d'ALPC ont été détruites ? Veuillez préciser la méthode de destruction.

Année 2011 : 41105 (données transmises à l'OSCE)
Année 2010 : 63017 (données transmises à l'OSCE)
Année 2009 : 68608 (données transmises à l'OSCE)

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10.6. During the reporting period, has your country destroyed surplus stocks? YES

10.6.1. How many SALW were destroyed? Include details on destruction.

Year 2011: 41,105 (data submitted to OSCE)
Year 2010: 63,017 (data submitted to OSCE)
Year 2009: 68,608 (data submitted to OSCE)

[ALPC/SALW = Armes légères et de petit calibre/Small Armes and Light Weapons; OSCE = Organisation pour la Sécurité et la Coopération en Europe/Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe]

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