SEESAC Conducts Assessment of Capacities of Moldovan Criminal Police

At the request of the authorities of the Republic of Moldova, on 19-23 September, SEESAC organised a five-day filed visit of its experts to the Moldovan Police to conduct a detailed assessment of ...

Firearms Focal Points from EU, Western Balkans, and Moldova Gather for Annual Workshop

SEESAC and EMPACT FIREARMS organised the Annual Workshop for Firearms Focal Points (FFPs) from the Western Balkans, Moldova, and the European Union, in the Hague, the Netherlands, on 21-22 September. ...

SEESAC Supports Drafting Law on Explosives for Civil Use in North Macedonia

SEESAC organised the Workshop on the Harmonisation of the Legal Framework on control of explosives with the EU Acquis in Struga, North Macedonia on 12-16 September. The workshop gathered members of ...

SEESAC Supports Drafting of New Law on Explosives for Civil Use in Kosovo*

At the request of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Department for Public Safety, SEESAC supported the authorities in organising the Workshop for the Drafting of the Law on the Civil Use of ...

EU and UNDP SEESAC Support Moldovan Ministry of Internal Affairs to Optimise Weapons Electronic Registry

The European Union and the United Nations Development Programme through its regional project SEESAC (South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons) ...

SEESAC Supports Authorities in North Macedonia in Improving Their Explosives and Pyrotechnics Storage Locations

Upon the request of the Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) Commission of North Macedonia, SEESAC organised an expert visit with the aim to assess the risk of nine explosives and pyrotechnics storages ...

Armed Violence Monitor: Number of Firearms Incidents Declined while Number of Victims Increased in Last Three Months

SEESAC’s Quarterly Armed Violence Monitor Regional Report for the period April-June 2022 reveals that the number of firearms incidents declined by 11.3% comparing to the first quarter of the year. ...

Common Challenges and Solutions Are Being Discussed at 15th Regional Meeting of Small Arms and Light Weapons Commissions

Over 35 representatives of the Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) Commissions, from the Western Balkans, Moldova, and Ukraine, and representatives of expert organisations engaged in arms control ...

Western Balkan and Moldovan Authorities Enhance Knowledge on Ammunition Surveillance

Over 30 representatives of authorities and international organizations involved in physical security and stockpile management (PSSM) of conventional weapons and ammunition from the Western Balkans and ...

In Focus Armed Violence Monitor: Public Disputes Involving Firearms Declined in 2021

SEESAC’s latest issue of the In Focus Armed Violence Monitor sheds light on public disputes involving firearms in South East Europe (SEE) during 2021 and gives a comparative overview to 2020. One of ...