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Littlejohn, Gary. 2015 ‘Arms collected by ONUMOZ, 1992–94.’ Secret Stockpiles: Arms Caches and Disarmament Efforts in Mozambique; Working Paper No. 21 (Table 4), p. 24. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. 1 September

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Table 4: Arms collected by ONUMOZ, 1992–94

Location, phase, or source of firearms: Totals
AAs and CTNAs (government and RENAMO): 104,606
Verification phase: 46,193
Other source (e.g. unilaterally demobilized government troops, armed, paramilitary, private and irregular troops): 56,227

Total: 207,026

Note: These figures are based on the Final Report of the Chairman of the CCF; they exclude 6,925 counted items (vehicles and heavy weapons) also collected.

Source: Berman (1996, p. 88)

Sources cited:

Berman, Eric. 1996. Managing Arms in Peace Processes: Mozambique. UNIDIR/96/22. Geneva: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR).

[AAs = Áreas de assembleia (Assembly Areas); CTNAs = Centros de Tropas Não Acantonadas (Centres for Troops Not in Cantonment); RENAMO = Resistência Nacional Moçambicana (Mozambican National Resistance); ONUMOZ = United Nations Operation in Mozambique]

ID: Q11890

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