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Albania. 2007 ‘Powers Surrounding Export Control.’ Law No.9707 on State Import-Export Control of Military Goods and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies; Article 6. Tirana: Parliament of the Republic of Albania. 5 April
Powers Surrounding Export Control
1. The Parliament lays down the legislative foundations to build the export control policy.
2. The Council of Ministers develops and implements the state export control policy.
3. State policy in this field is also applied by the State Export Control Authority, ministries and other state bodies enjoying the powers to conduct export control. The said bodies may engage other state bodies in implementing the measures undertaken in the process of export control, including diplomatic and consular representations of the Republic of Albania abroad, with the consent of the superior institution.
4. The State Export Control Authority, directly or jointly with other central executive bodies:
a) promotes activities relating to international transfers of goods, if they are in line with the national interest, while attaching priority to creating or retaining the existing jobs in the high-technology field;
b) restricts/bans these activities, if they are in conflict with the national interest, with the international commitments made by the Republic of Albania, and with its commitments to the fight against terrorism, if there is reason to assume that these goods fall under weapons of mass destruction, or are intended for building such weapons and the means for their delivery, or if the entity does not hold the guarantee of end user of goods.