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Congo (DRC). 2010 ‘Collect and Disposal (Collecte et Élimination).’ National Report of the Democratic Republic of Congo 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 A.6, p. 19. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the United Nations. 19 February

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Collect and Disposal (Collecte et Élimination)

La responsabilité de la destruction des stocks d'armes et de munitions excédentaires, obsolètes ou sans emploi des FARDC (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo) et de la PNC (Police Nationale Congolaise) a été confiée à l'ONG MAG en mai 2007 par un agrément du Ministre de la Défense, renforcé en avril 2009 par un agrément du Ministre de l' Intérieur.

Le bilan des actions menées par la République Démocratique du Congo dans le domaine de la destruction des stocks d'armes et de munition au 31 Décembre 2009 a été de plus 100.243 armes et plus de 500 tonnes de munitions appartenant aux FARDC, et remises après les opérations de tri effectuées par les rénovateurs de la chaine logistique.

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Responsibility for the destruction of stockpiles of surplus, obsolete or unemployed firearms and ammunition of the FARDC (Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo) and by the PNC (Congolese National Police) has been entrusted to the NGO MAG in May 2007, by approval of the Minister of Defence, reinforced in April 2009 by approval of the Minister of the Interior.

The evaluation of activities conducted by the Democratic Republic of Congo in the destruction of stockpiles of firearms and ammunition, at 31 December 2009, was over 100,243 firearms and 500 tons of ammunition belonging to the FARDC, and delivered after the sorting operations performed by the renovators of the logistic chain.

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