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Serbia. 2007 ‘Firearms Seized.’ National Report of Serbia 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), p. 2. New York NY: Permanent Mission of Serbia to the United Nations. 16 November

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[P]olice officers found and confiscated from suspects belonging to this criminal group the following items [an organized crime group of nine dealing in illegal arms, explosives and materiel of the Army of Serbia as well as trafficking in narcotic drugs]:

- one hunting rifle with optical sight;
- four pistols…
- 184 rounds of various calibre ammunition for both pistols and rifles…

In 2007, officers of the Anti-Organized Crime Service (SBPOK) carried out searches of properties around Centa, near Zrenjanin, in which they uncovered and temporarily confiscated from a suspect, larger quantities of weapons that had been brought from the battlefield for the purpose of selling them afterwards. The police seized on that occasion:

- 7 automatic rifles, 7.62mm calibre;
- 2 M48, 7.9mm military rifles;
- 2 hunting, 7.9mm carabines;
- 19 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition for rifles.

ID: Q13068

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