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Since 2002, SEESAC has been working to promote safety and security through regional cooperation in South East Europe.
Established under the Stability Pact, and in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, the South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of the Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC) is the executive arm of the Regional Implementation Plan on Combating the Proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW).
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Regional solutions for borderless security challenges

3 October 2017

Regional solutions for borderless security challenges

For the 9th time since 2009, RASR gathered government representatives on stockpile management from six countries in South-East Europe and experts from several international organizations to exchange best practices and address the latest ...
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SEESAC’s stockpile management training – global best practice as perceived by United Nations Secretary General

26 September 2017

SEESAC’s stockpile management training – global best practice as perceived by United Nations Secretary General

The United Nations Secretary-General outlined the achievements of United Nations agencies, governments, regional organizations and non-governmental organizations in preventing, combating and eradicating the illicit trade in small ...
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Serbia destroys 18,009 pieces of small arms and light weapons

21 July 2017

Serbia destroys 18,009 pieces of small arms and light weapons

The Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia disposed of 18,009 pieces of firearms with EU and UNDP SEESAC support. Destruction of small arms and light weapons reduces the risk of SALW proliferation, misuse and trafficking of firearms. ...
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The Regional Report on Arms Exports 2014 - Available Now

12 July 2017

The Regional Report on Arms Exports 2014 - Available Now

The eighth issue of the Regional Report on Arms Exports, covering licenses issued in 2014, is now available.  The Report, published by SEESAC and funded by the European Union, is based on export data provided by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, ...
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