Nouvelles sur les armes à feu
Over 35 Gun Experts Meet in Moldova to Discuss Illicit Trafficking
27 September 2016
Over 35 firearms experts from South East Europe are meeting in Chisinau, Moldova on 27 – 28 September for the 5th Regional Meeting of the South East Europe Fire Arms Experts Network (SEEFEN). Funded by the European Union (EU), the meeting is gathering prosecutors, police and customs officials from the region to discuss their experiences, good practices and most effective ways in combating illicit trafficking of firearms.
"The threats we face are greater than... (GunPolicy.org)
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Yémen,Syrie,Soudan du Sud,États-Unis,Bulgarie,République tchèque,France,Italie,Égypte,Ukraine,Moldova,Slovaquie,Royaume-Uni,Arabie saoudite,Allemagne,Espagne
UN: No Tolerance for States Who Flout Arms Trade Treaty
22 August 2016
Amnesty International (London)
- States Parties [countries] still engaging in unscrupulous arms transfers, putting lives and human rights at risk
- More than a quarter of States Parties are yet to meet the treaty's reporting obligations
- Some States Parties opting to reject public scrutiny of their arms transfers
States must ensure the global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) lives up to its promise to save lives and protect human rights from the devastating effects of the international arms trade by taking... (GunPolicy.org)
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Experts Help Moldova Authorities Curb Gun Theft, Smuggling [DE]
17 February 2014
[Translated summary: Austria has sent experts to Moldova to advise on small arms and ammunition storage and management under the OSCE framework. Sweden, Canada, Germany and Switzerland will participate in the programme by 2017, which aims to prevent smuggling of stolen ammunition.]
WIEN (bmlvs) - Insgesamt zehn Experten des Bundesheeres unterstützen ab dem 05.03. die OSZE-Mission in der Republik Moldau. Dort werden vorerst vier Angehörige der Heereslogistikschule und... (GunPolicy.org)
Lire l'article complet : Österreich Journal
Bosnie-Herzégovine,Croatie,Europe de l'Est,Roumanie,Grèce,Bulgarie,Moldova,Macédoine,Serbie
Balkan Countries Loaded With Illegal Firearms
8 August 2012
Southeast European Times
Southeast Europe's are heavily armed – according to the South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons, people in the region legally own 3 million firearms and another 4 million illegal weapons.
Serbia leads the region in weapons, according to Ivan Cvijovic, police inspector at the public order sector of the Belgrade police department. The rate of registered firearms per 100 people is 15.81.
Montenegro has 14.36... (GunPolicy.org)
Lire l'article complet : Southeast European Times
Estonie,République dominicaine,Équateur,Ukraine,Kirghizistan,Moldova,Kazakhstan,Belize,Lettonie,Venezuela,Bélarus,Lituanie,Bahamas,Bolivie,Azerbaïdjan,Russie,Antigua et Barbuda,Guyana,Afrique du Sud,Jamaïque,Honduras,Guatemala,Salvador,Amérique du Sud,Colombie,Brésil,Amérique centrale,Caraïbes
1/3 of Femicides Committed With Gun in Latin America and Caribbean [ES]
2 March 2012
RT-TV Novosti (Russia)
[Translated summary: Nearly a third of crimes against women are committed with a firearm and in Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras this indicator is 60% - Small Arms Survey.]
El mayor nivel de feminicidios se registra en Latinoamérica y el Caribe. Catorce países latinoamericanos aparecen entre los 25 del mundo con la tasa más elevada de crímenes contra la mujer.
El informe de la organización de investigaciones independientes Small Arms Survey,... (GunPolicy.org)
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Former Soviet States Plan Database of Gun Runners, Illicit Arms Dealers
11 April 2008
BBC Worldwide Monitoring / Interfax, Transcript
A joint CIS database of transnational criminal groups involved in illegal arms trafficking will be created, the press service of the Minsk-based CIS Executive Committee has told Interfax.
"This is stipulated by a draft agreement on cooperation in combating the illegal manufacturing and sale of firearms, ammunition, explosives and explosive devices, which has been discussed by the committee's expert group," the press service said.
Chief of the committee's anti-crime... (GunPolicy.org)
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Moldova's Ex-defence Minister Charged With Gun Smuggling
15 September 2006
RIA Novosti (Russia)
CHISINAU — Valery Pasat, Moldova's former defense minister and head of the country's information and security service, has been accused again of weapons smuggling, the Prosecutor General's Office said Friday.
The new charges were brought against Pasat after 14 bullets, a pistol and a revolver were found in his apartment.
The Prosecutor General's Office said the investigation shows the pistol was presented to Pasat by a Romanian defense minister in 1997, and the... (GunPolicy.org)
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Dnestr Region Admits Small Arms Production, Denies Arms Trade
5 March 2004
CHISINAU — President of the breakaway Dnestr region of Moldova Igor Smirnov admitted the production of small batches of weapons for the needs of the region, but denied any arms trade.
"Dnestr enterprises produced small batches of products of military designation" for the armed forces of the self-proclaimed republic. "However we never traded the products, as we lack them for our own needs", Smirnov said Thursday.
He was replying to concerns voiced in Chisinau... (GunPolicy.org)
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Separatists Manufacturing Weapons for Chechen Rebels in Moldova
30 January 2001
CHISINAU, Moldova — Pro-Slavic separatists in eastern Moldova are manufacturing weapons for Chechen rebels fighting the Russian army, Foreign Minister Nicolae Cernomaz said Tuesday.
The weapons are made by four companies in Trans-Dniester, a Russian and Ukrainian separatist region in the east of the country, Cernomaz asserted.
"After several tests, it was proven that many weapons used in Chechnya are produced. in Trans-Dniester," he said on the telephone.
He did... (GunPolicy.org)
Lire l'article complet : Moscow Times