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Bolivia. 2013 ‘International Transit (Tránsito Internacional).’ Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials Control Law - Act 400; Title 4, Chapter 2 (Article 25), p. 11. Sucre: Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia. 18 September

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Artículo 25. (Tránsito Internacional)1

El tránsito o escala por el territorio del Estado, de armas de fuego, municiones, explosivos y otros materiales relacionados de uso, militar, policial y civil, por vía terrestre, aérea, fluvial o lacustre, requiere contar con autorización del Ministerio de Defensa y asignar la escolta militar cuando corresponda, cumpliendo el registro e información del país de origen y de destino, de acuerdo a las regulaciones internacionales.

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Article 25. (International Transit)1

The transit or layover on Bolivian territory of firearms, ammunition, explosives and other related materials for military, police and civilian use, whether by land, air, river or lake, requires authorisation from the Ministry of Defence and an assigned military escort when appropriate. Everything has to be in accordance with international regulations and should contain the registration and information of the country of origin and destination.

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