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Vietnam. 2017 ‘Cases in Which Weapons and Combat Gears Allowed to be Brought In or Out of the Territory of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.’ Law on Management and Use of Weapons, Explosives and Combat Gears; Ch. I (Article 12), p. 9. Hanoi: National Assembly. 20 June

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Article 12. Cases in which weapons and combat gears allowed to be brought in or out of the territory of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

1. Foreign organizations and individuals may bring weapons or combat gears from foreign countries to the territory of Vietnam or bring them out of the territory of Vietnam if:
a) The weapons or combat gears aim to protect foreign VIPs visiting or working in Vietnam;
b) The weapons or combat gears are used for sport training and competitions; exhibitions, displays, making offers, introduction of products or used as props in cultural and artistic activities;
c) The weapons or combat gears are brought according to the programs and plans of the Ministry of National Defense or the Ministry of Public Security.

2. Vietnamese organizations and individuals may bring weapons or combat gears in the territory of Vietnam or bring them out of the territory of Vietnam if:
a) The weapons or combat gears are used for protecting VIPs as prescribed in Law on Guard;
b) The weapons or combat gears are used for sport training and competitions; exhibitions, displays, making offers, introduction of products or used as props in cultural and artistic activities;
c) The weapons or combat gears are brought according to programs and plans of the Ministry of National Defense or the Ministry of Public Security.

3. Organizations and individuals that are allowed to bring weapons and combat gears in the territory of Vietnam or bring them out of the territory of Vietnam but are not mentioned in Clauses 1 and 2 of this Article shall get permission of the Minister of Public Security.

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