Convertible Weapons in the Western Balkans

Convertible Weapons in the Western Balkans is the result of a comparative study which was carried out to determine the extent to which convertible weapons are addressed in existing legislation and the extent to which this corresponds with ...

Women Police Officers Network Launch Meeting held in Sofia, Bulgaria

The Women Police Officers Network in South East Europe (WPON SEE) held its launch meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria on 2-3 December 2009. The meeting, the third in a series, was organized by the Southeast Police Chiefs Association (SEPCA) and supported ...

Destruction of 10,000 surplus and confiscated weapons in Serbia

On Saturday 21 November 2009 at the \"Centar za reciklazu\" in Zeleznik, Belgrade, the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia and SEESAC implemented a joint project for the destruction of 10,000 surplus and collected weapons. The ...

Regional Arms Exports Information Exchange Process

The first meeting of the regional information exchange process on arms export controls took place on 12 November 2009 in Belgrade, Serbia, with the participation of delegations from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former ...

Montenegro 2008 Arms Exports and Imports Report

The Republic of Montenegro has produced their third national report on export and import of arms, military equipment and dual-use goods covering the period 01 Jan - 31 Dec 2008. The main body of the Report contains general information on applicable ...

Arms Exports Control Software

SEESAC has supported the national export control authorities in the Western Balkans since 2006. The software for arms exports control provides national authorities with a practical tool for record-keeping, analyses and report generation. ...

Industry Outreach Workshop in Serbia

The industry outreach workshop on licensing procedures of import and export of arms, military equipment and dual-use goods was held on 15th October 2009, in the "Sava Center" in Belgrade. The workshop was hosted by the Ministry of Economy ...

Regional Arms Exports Information Exchange Process

SEESAC is initiating the Regional Arms Exports Information Exchange Process by hosting a series of meetings where government representatives will discuss various topics including the existing export embargoes; national export policies ...

2,300 weapons destroyed in Moldova

On 06 October 2009 the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Moldova destroyed 2,374 small arms and light weapons that were confiscated or voluntary surrendered since 2007.This is the third destruction project implemented by SEESAC ...

17,000 weapons destroyed in Serbia

The joint project between SEESAC and the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia for disposal of surplus and confiscated weapons resulted in the destruction of 17,000 small arms and light weapons. The destruction took place on 03 October ...