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Georgia. 1998 ‘Authority of State Government Bodies in the Export Control Field.’ Law of Georgia on Export Control of Armaments, Military Equipment and Dual-Use Products; Chapter III (Articles 5, 6, 7). Tbilisi: Umaghlesi Sabcho - Parliament of Georgia. 28 April

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Chapter III: The Authority of State Government Bodies in the Export Control Field

Article 5. The Authority of the Parliament of Georgia

The Parliament of Georgia:

A) Determines the state policy in the field of export control;
B) Creates and develops the system of export control;
C) Presents to the Standing Interagency Commission on Military-Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia the list of those states with respect to which the restrictions on the export of the products subject to export control through the customs territory of Georgia can be undertaken;
D) Exercises legislative regulation of export control.

Article 6. The Authority of the President of Georgia

The President of Georgia:

A) Establishes normative acts for the regulation and implementation of export control;
B) By the submission of the Standing Interagency Commission on Military-Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia confirms the list of strategic military products and sevices subject to export control;
C) Manages the activity of the Executive Bodies of Georgia implementing export control;
D) Defines the authority of the Executive Bodies of Georgia in the field of export control;
E) In case of need introduces quantitative limits on the export of products subject to export control;
F) By the submission of the Standing Interagency Commission on Military- Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia issues the confirmation on the export of strategic military products and services related to it.
G) By the submission of the Standing Interagency Commission on Military- Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia issues the confirmation on the transit of specialized cargo.

Article 7. The Authority of Executive Bodies of Georgia

1. Executive Bodies of Georgia:

A) Ensure direct implementation of State policy on export control;
B) Develop and apply measures in connection with the implementation of the export control system, the unification of regulations and procedures, and carry out their correction;
C) In cooperation with the Standing Interagency Commission on Military- Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia define and submit for confirmation to the President of Georgia control lists and lists of products subject to export control;
D) Control the export, re-export, and transit of products subject to export control through authorized bodies;
E) Provide expert review of demands for export;
F) If necessary, present to applicants conclusions on belonging their exported products to the appropriate category subject to export control;
G) Prevent illegal transfer of products subject to export control through the customs territory of Georgia.

ID: Q1806

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