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Armenia. 2010 ‘Export Controls.’ National Report of Armenia 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); Section 7. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Armenia to the United Nations. 1 January
The rules and procedures for licensing arms exports are stipulated in the Law on Arms, as well as in the Government decisions and the Order of the Minister of Interior of Armenia on. In accordance with the Law on Arms, export and import of combat arms must be carried out on the basis of the rules and procedures defined by the Government.
In accordance with the Decision of the Government, for the export of any consignment of weapons and bullets, the manufacturer must provide the Police Service with the following documentation:
- Application for permission to export arms and containing information on the type, model and quantity of weapons to be exported;
- a copy of the purchase contract signed with foreign customer;
- certificate of conformance for models not registered in State Cadastre;
- three samples of the records compendium of exported weapons, including information on the type, model and serial number.
In case of transit of arms and weapons, the owner, in accordance with the legislation, must present to the Police Department the following documents:
- application for permission to import and export;
- a copy of an agreement with the Guards Division of the Police Department;
- the third copy of customs declaration which should have the notation on "transit" by the customs service of the Republic of Armenia;
- a list of the arms confirmed by the customs service and containing information about the types of the arms, models, their caliber, series, as well as information about the caliber of the bullets, their quantity etc.