1. Does your State maintain a national system for controlling or regulating:

[ Articles 3, 4, 5.2, 8, 9, and 10 ]

Export Yes
Import Yes
Transit / Transshipment by land Yes
Transit / Transshipment by sea Yes
Transit / Transshipment by air Yes
Brokering Yes
2. For which activities does your State maintain a national control list of conventional arms:

[ Articles 2.2 and 5.2 ]

Export Yes
Import Yes
Transit / Transshipment Yes
Brokering Yes
3. Does your national control list cover the following:

[ Articles 2.1, 3, 4, and 5.2 ]

Battle tanks [Article 2.1] Yes
Armored combat vehicles [Article 2.1] Yes
Large-caliber artillery systems [Article 2.1] Yes
Combat aircraft [Article 2.1] Yes
Attack helicopters [Article 2.1] Yes
Warships [Article 2.1] Yes
Missiles and missile launchers [Article 2.1] Yes
Small arms and light weapons [Article 2.1] Yes
Ammunition / Munitions for the above items [Article 3] Yes
Parts and components requiring control for the above items [Article 4] Yes
4. Is/are your national control list(s) publicly available?

[ Article 5.3 ]

1) If yes, please provide a copy or link to where your control list is made publicly available 2) If no, please provide a copy of your control list or provide information on the additional items that are covered Yes
http://www.ancex.ro/?limba=en&pag=87
4a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
5. Are the controlled items defined?

[ Article 5.3 ]

1) if yes, which definition(s) do you use? (e.g. Wassenaar, United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, National definitions, etc.) Yes
Romania uses definitions that are set by EU Common Military List which is primarily based on the definitions set by Wassenaar Arrangement
1. Is the control of arms exports established in national legislation?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
Primary legislation:
  • Government’s Emergency Ordinance no. 158/1999 on the control regime of exports, imports and other operations with military goods, republished in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 610, from the 26th of September, 2013;
  • Law no. 295/2004 regarding the regime of weapons and ammunition, republished in the Romanian Official Journal no. 425, from the 10th of June, 2014;
  • Government’s Ordinance no. 202/2008 for the application of international sanctions, published in the Official Journal of Romania, Part I, no. 825 from the 8th of December, 2008;
  • Law no. 217/2009 for the approval of Government’s Ordinance no. 202/2008 for the applications of international sanctions, published in the Official Journal of Romania, Part I, no. 396 from the 11th of June, 2009;
  • Law no. 286/2009 regarding the Criminal Code, published in the Official Journal of Romania, no. 510 from the 24th of July, 2009;
Secondary legislation:
  • Government’s Decision no. 8/2013 on the organization and functioning of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, published in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 34 from the 15th of January, 2013 (Art. 2 point 19– regarding the responsibilities on export controls of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania);
  • Order no. 849/2013 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the implementation of Government’s Emergency Ordinance no. 158/1999 on the control regime of exports, imports and other transfers of military goods, published in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 409 from the 8th of July, 2013;
  • Order no. 493/2015 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs approving the List of military goods subject to the control regime of exports, imports and other transfers of military goods, published in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 174, from the 13th of March, 2015; Order no. 848/2013 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs approving the export controls documentation forms, published in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 638 from the 16th of October, 2013;
  • Order no. 2096/2014 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the reporting of foreign trade operations subject to the Government’s Emergency Ordinance no. 158/1999 on the control regime of exports, imports and other transfers of military goods, published in the Romanian Official Journal, Part I, no. 821 from the 11th of November, 2014;
  • Order no. 922/2014 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the organization and functioning of the Inter-agency Council within the national control system of exports, imports and other transfers of military goods, published in the Romanian Official Journal no. 313 from the 29th of April, 2014;
2. Which Ministry/ies or government agency/ies is/are responsible for implementing controls on arms exports?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs
3. Which Ministry or agency leads this process?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - military use, Ministry of Internal Affairs - civilian use
4. Does your State take measures to ensure that all authorizations are detailed and issued prior to export?

[ Article 7.5 ]

If yes, what measures does your State take to ensure that all authorizations are detailed and issued prior to export? Yes
Exporters have to register and apply for an export license prior to transaction.
5. Can your State reassess an authorization if your State becomes aware of new and relevant information?

[ Article 7.7 ]

Yes
5a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
6. Does your State maintain records of arms export authorizations?

[ Article 12.1 ]

Yes
6a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
7. For how many years are records maintained?

[ Articles 12.1 and 12.4 ]

According to the legislation, exporters have the obligation to preserve for 15 years the documents on operations carried out with military goods subject to control. Legal persons who carry out activities related to the export, import, transfer or brokering which are in connection with international instruments concerning the traceability, have the obligation to keep at least 20 years the documents related to the operations carried out. Legal persons who manufacture military goods which are related to international instruments concerning to traceability, have the obligation to keep at least 30 years the documents related to the operations carried out.
8. What information do the records contain?

[ Article 12.3 ]

Quantity Yes
Value Yes
Model / Type Yes
Importing State Yes
End-User Yes
Other (specify below) Yes
License type, number, expiry date, description of goods and control list category number, end-use, other relevant information.
8a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
9. Does your State maintain records of actual arms exports?

[ Article 12.1 ]

Yes
9a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
10. For how many years are records maintained?

[ Articles 12.1 and 12.4 ]

According to the legislation, exporters have the obligation to preserve for 15 years the documents on operations carried out with military goods subject to control. Legal persons who carry out activities related to the export, import, transfer or brokering which are in connection with international instruments concerning the traceability, have the obligation to keep at least 20 years the documents related to the operations carried out. Legal persons who manufacture military goods which are related to international instruments concerning to traceability, have the obligation to keep at least 30 years the documents related to the operations carried out.
11. What information do the records contain?

[ Article 12.3 ]

Quantity Yes
Value Yes
Model/ Type Yes
Importing State Yes
End-User Yes
Transit/ transshipment State(s) Yes
Other (specify below) Yes
License type, number, expiry date, description of goods and control list category number, end-use, other relevant information
12. Please provide any other information on export practices you would like to share.
1. Is the regulation of arms imports established in national legislation?

[ Article 8.2 ]

Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Which Ministry/ies or government agency/ies is/are responsible for regulating arms imports?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs
3. Which Ministry or agency leads this process?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - military use, Ministry of Internal Affairs - civilian use
4. What measures does your State take to regulate imports?

[ Article 8.1 ]

Importers have to register and apply for an import license prior to transaction.
5. Does your State have measures in place to ensure that appropriate and relevant information is available to exporting States as part of their export assessment process?

[ Articles 8.1 and 11.3 ]

Yes
5a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
6. Does your State maintain records of arms imports?

[ Article 12.2 ]

Yes
6a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
7. For how many years are records maintained?

[ Articles 12.2 and 12.4 ]

According to the legislation, importers have the obligation to preserve for 15 years the documents on operations carried out with military goods subject to control. Legal persons who carry out activities related to the export, import, transfer or brokering which are in connection with international instruments concerning the traceability, have the obligation to keep at least 20 years the documents related to the operations carried out.
8. What information do the records contain?

[ Article 12.3 ]

Quantity Yes
Value Yes
Model / type Yes
Exporting State Yes
Transit / transshipment State(s) Yes
Other (please specify below) Yes
License type, number, expiry date, description of goods and control list category number, end-use, other relevant information.
9. Please provide any other information on import practices you would like to share.
1. Is the regulation of transit and/or transshipment established in national legislation?

[ Article 9 ]

If yes, please provide the definition of transit and/or transshipment in your national legislation Yes
Transit – the transport of military products through Romanian territory, which come from other countries and are intended to other countries Trans-shipment – the operation of changing the means of transport during transit operations or during insertion or removal operations in or from the territory of Romania
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Which Ministry/ies or government agency/ies is/are responsible for regulating arms transit and/or transshipment?

[ Article 5.5 ]

The following ministries or government authorities may be involved in the decision-making process for a transit or trans-shipment authorization: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of National Defense, Customs Authorities, Ministry of Transportation, Intelligence Services and any other national institution that can provide relevant information.
3. Which Ministry or agency leads this process?

[ Article 5.5 ]

All goods in transit/trans-shipment in Romania are subject to customs rules and, therefore, are under control by the Romanian Customs Authority everywhere on the national territory in accordance with Art. 14 of Law no. 86/2006 regarding the Romanian Customs Code. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issues transit/trans-shipment licenses for military goods, The Ministry of Internal Affairs issues authorizations for civilian firearms and ammunition and The Ministry of National Defense issues authorizations for military goods over flights of the national air space.
4. What measures does your State take to regulate transit and/or transshipment under its jurisdiction?

[ Article 9 ]

The legal persons have to register and apply for a transit/ transshipment license prior to transaction.
5. Does your State maintain records of arms that are authorized to transit and/or transship territory under its jurisdiction?

[ Articles 12.2 and 12.4 ]

Yes
5a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
6. For how many years are records maintained?

[ Article 12.4 ]

According to the legislation, legal persons who carry out transit/ trans-shipment activities with military goods subject to control have the obligation to preserve for 15 years the documents on operations carried out.
7. What information do the records contain?

[ Article 12.3 ]

Quantity Yes
Value Yes
Model / Type Yes
Exporting State Yes
Importing State Yes
Transit / Transshipment Yes
End-User Yes
Other (please specify below) No
7a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
8. Please provide any other information on transit and/or transshipment practices you would like to share.
1. Is the regulation of arms brokering established in national legislation?

[ Article 10 ]

If yes, please provide the definition of brokering used in your national legislation Yes
Brokering activity – activities carried out by a person regarding:
  • (i) negotiation or organization of transactions that may involve the export, import or transfer of military goods from a third country to any other third country;
  • (ii) purchase, sale, export or transfer of military goods that are in their ownership from a third country to any other third country;
  • (iii) negotiating or arranging transactions involving the removal or insertion of the or in the Romanian territory of military goods.
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Which Ministry/ies or government agency/ies is/are responsible for implementing controls on arms brokering?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
3. Which Ministry or agency leads this process?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
4. Does your State take measures to regulate brokering taking place under your jurisdiction?

[ Article 10 ]

If yes, what measures does your State take to regulate brokering taking place under your jurisdiction? Yes
Brokers have to register and apply for a brokering license prior to transaction
5. Please provide any other information on brokering practices you would like to share.
1. Does your State prohibit transfers of conventional arms:

[ Article 6 ]

If the transfer would violate obligations under measures adopted by the United Nations Security Council acting under Chapter VII, in particular arms embargoes? [Article 6.1] Yes
If the transfer would violate relevant international obligations under international agreements to which you are a party, in particular those relating to the transfer of, or illicit trafficking in, conventional arms? [Article 6.2] Yes
If you have knowledge at the time of authorization that the arms or items covered by your State's legislation would be used in the commission of genocide, crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, attacks directed against civilian objects or civilians protected as such, or other war crimes as defined by international agreements to which you are a party? [Article 6.3] Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Please provide a list of the relevant international agreements to which you are a party.

[ Articles 6.2 and 6.3 ]

The relevant international obligations under international agreements to which Romania is a Party, in particular those relating to the transfer of, or illicit trafficking in, conventional arms, emanate from:
  • The United Nations Charter and measures adopted by Security Council acting under Chapter VII, in particular arms embargoes;
  • The Arms Trade Treaty;
  • UN Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects;
  • International Instrument to Enable States to Identify and Trace, in a Timely and Reliable Manner, Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons;
  • The UN Protocol against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Their Parts and Components and Ammunition (Firearms Protocol);
  • Council Common Position 2008/944/CFSP of 8 December 2008 defining common rules governing control of exports of military technology and equipment;
  • Regulation (EU) No 258/2012 implementing Article 10 of the U.N. Firearms Protocol, and establishing export authorization, and import and transit measures for firearms, their parts and components and ammunition;
  • Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe documents;
  • The Wassenaar Arrangement adopted documents;
  • The Hague Code of Conduct Against Ballistic Missile Proliferation.
Furthermore, Romania, as European Union Member State, respects the restrictive measures and political commitments adopted at the EU level.   Relevant international obligations under international agreements of a legal or political character, to which Romania either is a State Party or a participating State or which are considered legally or politically binding, are the following:
  • Convention (III) relative to the Opening of Hostilities (The Hague, the 18th of October, 1907);
  • Convention (IV) respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land and its annex: Regulations concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land (The Hague, the 18th of October, 1907);
  • Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use of Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods of Warfare (Geneva, the 17th of June, 1925);
  • Convention (I) for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field (Geneva, the 12th of August, 1949);
  • Convention (II) for the Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea (Geneva, the 12th of August, 1949);
  • Convention (III) relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War (Geneva, the 12th of August, 1949);
  • Convention (IV) relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War (Geneva, the 12th of August, 1949);
  • Protocol (I) Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Geneva, the 10th of June, 1977);
  • Protocol (II) Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts (Geneva, the 10th of June, 1977);
  • Protocol (III) additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Adoption of an Additional Distinctive Emblem (Geneva, the 8th of December, 2005);
  • Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (The Hague, the 14th of May, 1954) including its Protocols:
  • Protocol (I) for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (The Hague, the 14th of May, 1954);
  • Protocol (II) to the Hague Convention of 1954 for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (The Hague, the 26th of March, 1999); Convention on the Prohibition of the Development,
  • Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on their Destruction (the 10th of April, 1972);
  • Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May be Deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects (Geneva, the 10th of October, 1980) including its Protocols:
  • Protocol (I) on Non-Detectable Fragments (Geneva, the 10th of October, 1980);
  • Protocol (II) on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices (Geneva, the 10th of October, 1980);
  • Protocol (III) on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Incendiary Weapons (Geneva, the 10th of October, 1980);
  • Protocol (IV) on Blinding Laser Weapons (Vienna, the 13th of October, 1995);
  • Protocol (V) on Explosive Remnants of War (Geneva, the 28th of November, 2003);
  • Convention on the prohibition of the development, production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons and on their destruction (Paris, the 13th of January, 1993);
  • Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction (Oslo, the 18th of September, 1997);
  • Statute of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (the 25th of May, 1993);
  • Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Genocide and Other Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of Rwanda and Rwandan citizens responsible for genocide and other such violations committed in the territory of neighbouring States, between 1 January 1994 and 31 December 1994;
  • Statute of the International Criminal Court (Rome, the 17th of July, 1998).
3. Please provide any other information on prohibitions you would like to share.
1. Does your State always conduct a risk assessment prior to authorization of an arms export?

[ Article 7.1 ]

If no, please specify under which conditions a risk assessment is not required. Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Does your State require that the following criteria are included in your national assessment prior to granting an export authorization?

[ Article 7.1 ]

Whether the arms would contribute to or undermine peace and security? Yes
Whether the arms could be used to commit or facilitate a serious violation of international humanitarian law? Yes
Whether the arms could be used to commit or facilitate a serious violation of international human rights law? Yes
Whether the arms could be used to commit or facilitate an act constituting an offence under international conventions or protocols relating to terrorism to which your State is a party? Yes
Whether the arms could be used to commit or facilitate an act constituting an offence under international conventions or protocols relating to transnational organized crime to which your State is a party? Yes
2a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
3. Are additional criteria considered in addition to the above prior to authorizing a transfer:

[ Articles 7.4 and 11.2 ]

Risk of diversion Yes
Acts of gender based violence Yes
Other (please specify below) Yes
Criteria established by the EU Common Position 2008/944/CFSP
3a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
4. Does your State consider risk mitigation measures as part of its authorizations process?

[ Article 7.2 ]

If yes, what mitigation measures does your State consider (i.e. confidence building measures or jointly developed and agreed programs)? Yes
4a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
5. Please provide any other information on risk assessment and/or mitigation practices you would like to share.
  • Require each legal person registered for trade with military goods to provide the Internal Compliance Program;
  • Organizing outreach activities with private actors to raise awareness on the existing risks related to a possible transaction;
  • Providing free of charge, specialized consultancy to legal persons and individuals with respect to the national export policy;
See also question 1 under Diversion
1. Does your State take preventative measures to mitigate the risk of diversion?

[ Article 11.2 ]

If yes, what preventative measures does your State take to mitigate the risk of diversion? Yes
The exporter shall be under the obligation to ask the foreign partner to produce an ensuring document from the end user
  • international import certificate or an equivalent document, issued or certified by the competent authority in the importer’s country, respectively the consignee, or the declaration of the ultimate consignee, as applicable, according to which the latter undertakes to comply with the destination and final use, as stated, and, as applicable, not to re-export, respectively not to re-transfer the imported goods without prior written approval by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Furthermore, there are several mitigation measures that the national authorities undertake to mitigate identified risks, that include, inter alia, the following:
  • If relevant in the assessing process of a license application, the applicant is required to provide additional information. This could also include documents issued by the competent authorities in the importer or consignee’s countries;
  • Imposing specific terms and conditions to an export license (e.g. No transit/ or trans-shipment allowed);
  • Post-delivery verification on-site (to the end-user);
  • Require the Romanian exporter to provide a delivery verification certificate or an equivalent document after each delivery is made, where multi-shipments are involved;
  • Verification or confirmation of EUCs or DVCs (or other export control documentation provided) through diplomatic channels;
  • Inter-agency cooperation;
  • Exploitation of channels for information exchange (e.g. related to export policies or denials issued) and other means of co-operation with other like-minded states; SALW licensing: All export license applications of SALW (including their ammunition) are assessed by ANCEX and receive the assent from the Inter-Agency Council on multi-criteria basis. Some exports of SALW (including their ammunition) are subject to the monitoring process, depending of the destination and the partners. It is mandatory for the exporters to notify to ANCEX, 5 days before the export will take place, all elements of transfers, including the serial number of SALW, transporter and the route of transportation. In this monitoring process are involved the licensing authority, enforcement authorities and intelligence services.
2. Does your State cooperate and exchange information with States to mitigate the risk of diversion?

[ Article 11.3 ]

Yes
2a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
3. Does your State take appropriate measures when it detects a diversion of transferred conventional arms?
If yes, what appropriate measures does your State take when it detects a diversion of transferred conventional arms? Yes
Revocation of issued licenses, sanctioning the legal person for not respecting the stated end-user, taking established diversion risk into account in the assessment of future transfers
4. Is your State willing to share information on effective measures to address diversion?
If yes, what information is your State willing to share? Yes
General information
1. Which agency/ies is/are responsible for enforcing arms transfer controls?

[ Article 5.5 ]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Customs authorities, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Public Prosecutor
2. Which Ministry or agency leads this process?

[ Article 5.5 ]

There is a close cooperation between these agencies. Violation of the legal provisions of the export controls regime, as well as those on the truthfulness of declarations, which represent crimes under the law, shall be punishable according to the provisions of the Romanian Criminal Code. Violation of the provisions of the law, unless the actions are crimes, under the Criminal Code, shall constitute an offence and shall be sanctioned by a fine.
3. What measures does your State take to enforce national laws and regulations that implement the provisions of the Treaty?

[ Article 14 ]

4. Please provide any other information on enforcement practices you would like to share.
1. Will your State provide an initial report within one year of entry into force on measures undertaken in order to implement the ATT?

[ Article 13.1 ]

Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Does your State produce an annual report on:

[ Article 13.3 ]

Authorized arms exports Yes
Authorized arms imports Yes
Actual arms exports Yes
Actual arms imports Yes
2a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
3. Are there legal impediments to the reporting requirements under the ATT?

[ Article 13.3 ]

No
3a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
4. Can your State report on measures taken to address the diversion of transferred conventional arms?

[ Article 13.2 ]

Yes
4a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
5. Has your State designated a national contact point for the ATT?

[ Article 5.6 ]

Yes
5a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
6. Please provide any other information on transparency practices you would like to share.
1. Is your State involved in cooperation measures that will help to implement the ATT?

[ Article 15.1 ]

Yes
1a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
2. Is your State currently involved in:

[ Articles 15 ]

Exchange of information on conventional arms transfers [Articles 15.2 and 15.3] Yes
Cooperative measures to prevent diversion [Article 15.4] Yes
Widest measures of assistance in investigations, prosecutions and judicial proceedings [Article 15.5] Yes
Measures to prevent corruption [Article 15.6] Yes
Development of best practices and lessons learned [Article 15.7] Yes
2a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
3. Does your State intend to pursue cooperation in:

[ Article 15 ]

Exchange of information on conventional arms transfers [Article 15.1, 15.2, and 15.3] Yes
Cooperative measures to prevent diversion [Article 15.4] Yes
Widest measure of assistance in investigations, prosecutions and judicial proceedings [Article 15.5] Yes
Measures to prevent corruption [Article 15.6] Yes
Development of best practices and lessons learned [Article 15.7] Yes
3a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
1. Does your State require assistance to implement the provisions of the Arms Trade Treaty?

[ Article 16.1 ]

No
2. Does your State require:

[ Article 16.1 ]

Legal assistance No
Legislative assistance, including model legislation No
Assistance for institution building No
Technical assistance No
Financial assistance No
Material assistance No
Stockpile management assistance No
Disarmament, demobilization, or reintegration assistance No
Assistance with effective practices for implementation No
Other (please specify below) No
3. Is your State in a position to provide assistance to other States to enable implementation of the provisions of the Arms Trade Treaty?

[ Articles 16.1, 16.2, and 16.3 ]

If yes, please answer question 4. If no, please go straight to question 5. Yes
3a. Details / reference / web link / additional comments
4. Is your State in a position to provide:

[ Article 16.1 ]

Legal assistance Yes
Legislative assistance, including model legislation Yes
Assistance for institution building Yes
Technical assistance Yes
Financial assistance Do not know
Material assistance Do not know
Stockpile management assistance Do not know
Disarmament, demobilization, or reintegration assistance Do not know
Assistance with effective practices for implementation Yes
Other (please specify below) No
Financial, material, and stockpile management assistance has to be assessed on a case by case basis, as does disarmament, demobilization, or reintegration assistance.
5. Please provide information on any additional needs required to implement the ATT, particularly with regard to legal, licensing, customs, awareness raising and enforcement of sanctions, reporting, and transparency

[ Articles 16.1 and 16/2 ]

6. Please provide information on any specific assistance programs that your State has provided that may help others implement the ATT, particularly with regard to legal, licensing, customs, awareness raising and enforcement of sanctions, reporting, and transparency

[ Articles 16.1 and 16.2 ]

Romania takes part in the relevant EU programs
7. Please provide information on specific assistance your State has received through the United Nations, international, regional, subregional or national organizations, non-governmental organizations, or on a bilateral basis that could be considered relevant for ATT implementation

[ Article 16.2 ]

1. Has your State already signed the Arms Trade Treaty?
Yes
2. Has your State already ratified the Arms Trade Treaty?
Yes
3. Is your State preparing to sign the Arms Trade Treaty in the next two years?
N/A
4. Is your State preparing to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty in the next two years?
N/A
5. Will/Has your State forumalted one or more reservations upon ratification?

[ Article 25.1 ]

If yes, please provide a description of your reservation(s). No
6. Please provide any other information you would like to share.