National Transfer Controls Database
1a. Legislation, regulations, or administrative procedures provide for control over exports of conventional arms, including SALW and ammunition?
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1b. Legislation, regulations, or administrative procedures provide for measures to regulate imports of conventional arms, including SALW and ammunition?
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1c. Legislation, regulations, or administrative procedures provide for measures to regulate transit/transshipment of conventional arms including SALW and ammunition?
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1d. Legislation, regulations, or administrative procedures provide for measures to regulate brokers/brokering of conventional arms, including SALW and ammunition?
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2a. The competent national authority/ies for the control of exports is/are:
Customs / Ministry of Finance View
Ministry of Defence View
Ministry of Economy / Ministry of Business / Ministry of Trade View
Ministry of Foreign Affairs View
Ministry of Interior / Police View
Transfer Control Agency View
Other View
2b. The competent national authority/ies for the regulation of imports is/are:
Customs / Ministry of Finance View
Ministry of Defence View
Ministry of Economy / Ministry of Business / Ministry of Trade View
Ministry of Foreign Affairs View
Ministry of Interior / Police View
Transfer control agency View
Other View
2c. The competent national authority/ies for the regulation of transit/transshipment is/are:
Customs / Ministry of Finance View
Ministry of Defence View
Ministry of Economy / Ministry of Business / Ministry of Trade View
Ministry of Foreign Affairs View
Ministry of Interior / Police View
Transfer control agency View
Other View
2d. The competent national authority/ies for the regulation of brokers and/or brokering activities is/are:
Customs / Ministry of Finance View
Ministry of Defence View
Ministry of Economy / Ministry of Business / Ministry of Trade View
Ministry of Foreign Affairs View
Ministry of Interior / Police View
Transfer control agency View
Other View
3a. National control list of conventional arms subject to transfer controls.
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1. A transfer is prohibited if it would violate obligations under measures adopted by the United Nations Security Council acting under Chapter VII, in particular arms embargoes
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2. A risk assessment is conducted before issuing an export authorization
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3. National legislation, regulations or policy guidelines include the following] risk assessment criteria
Contribute to or undermine peace and security View
Commit or facilitate a serious violation of international humanitarian law to which State is a party View
Commit or facilitate a serious violation of international human rights law to which State is a party View
Commit or facilitate an act constituting an offence under international conventions or protocols relating to terrorism to which State is a party View
Commit or facilitate an act constituting an offence under international conventions or protocols relating to transnational organized crime to which State is a party View
Commit or facilitate serious acts of gender-based violence or serious acts of violence against women and children View
Risk of diversion View
Other View
5. Risk mitigation measures that could be undertaken to mitigate identified risks
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1. There is an authorization or licensing system to control the export of conventional arms
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2. Information and/or documentation provided to the competent national authority in an application for a licence or other form of authorization to export conventional arms
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3. The national control system permits exports of conventional arms (a) without a licence or authorization or (b) under simplified procedures under certain circumstances
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4. State maintains records of export authorizations
State maintains records of export authorizations? View
4a. Records of export authorizations are kept for … years
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4b. Information contained in records of export authorizations includes:
Quantity View
Value View
Model / type View
Importing state View
End-User View
Other (please specify) View
5. State maintains records of actual exports
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5a. Records of actual exports are kept for … years
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5b. Information contained in records of actual exports includes:
Quantity View
Value View
Model / type View
Importing state View
End-User View
Other (please specify) View
1. There is an authorization or licensing system to regulate the import of conventional arms
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2. Information and/or documentation provided to the competent national authority in an application for a licence or other form of authorization to import conventional arms
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3. The national control system permits imports of conventional arms (a) without a licence or authorization or (b) under simplified procedures under certain circumstances
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4. State maintains records of actual imports
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4a. Records of actual imports are kept for … years
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4b. Information contained in records of actual imports includes:
Quantity View
Value View
Model / type View
Exporting state View
End-User View
Other (please specify) View
1. Definition of transit and/or transshipment in national legislation and/or regulations
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2. The national system regulates the transit/transshipment of conventional arms
By land View
By sea View
By air View
3. Information and/or documentation provided to the competent national authority in an application for a licence or other form of authorization to transit/transship conventional arms
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4. The national control system permits transit/transshipment of conventional arms (a) without a licence or authorization or (b) under simplified procedures under certain circumstances
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5. State maintains records of transit/transshipment authorizations
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5a. Records of transit/transshipment authorizations are kept for … years
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5b. Information contained in records of transit/transshipment authorizations includes:
Quantity View
Value View
Model / type View
Exporting state View
Importing state View
End-User View
Other (please specify) View
1. Definition of broker and/or brokering in national legislation and/or regulations
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2. The national system regulates brokers and/or brokering activities
Registration of brokers only View
Authorization to conduct brokering only View
Two-stage process of registration of brokering and authorization for brokering View
3a. Information and/or documentation provided to the competent national authority in an application to register as a broker
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3b. Information and/or documentation provided to the competent national authority in an application for a licence or another form of authorization to conduct brokering
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4. The national control system permits brokering of conventional arms (a) without a licence or authorization or (b) under simplified procedures under certain circumstances
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5. State maintains a register of brokers
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5a. Records of registered brokers are kept for … years
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6. State maintains records of brokering licences or authorizations
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6a. Records of brokering authorizations are kept for … years
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6b. Information contained in records of brokering authorizations includes:
Quantity View
Value View
Model / type View
Exporting state View
Importing state View
End-User View
Other (please specify) View
7. Regulation of activities closely associated with brokering
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1. Measures to mitigate the risk of diversion
Establishment of mitigation measures View
Provision, upon request, of end use / end user documentation to the exporting State View
Measures in place to verify or seek to authenticate EUCS or other types of end-user documentation [SALW] View
Measures in place aimed at preventing the forgery and misuse of EUCs or other types of end-user documentation [SALW] View
Requirement for end use / end user assurances from an importing State (or industry) View
Examination, where appropriate, of parties involved in a transfer View
Requirement, where appropriate, for additional documentation, certificates, assurances for a transfer View
Exchange of relevant information with other States Parties on effective measures to address diversion, as well as on illicit activities and actors View
Reporting to an international or regional body on measures taken to address diversion of transferred conventional arms View
When exporting, State requires a Delivery Verification Certificate (DV) to confirm that SALW have reached their intended end-user or intended importer in the importing State [SALW] View
When importing, the State grants the right to the exporting State to conduct a physical check at the point of delivery [SALW] View
Other measures View
2. Information contained in end user documentation (e.g. EUC)
Detailed description of the SALW or technology View
Contract number of order reference and date View
Final destination country View
Description of the end-use of SALW View
Exporter's details (name, address and business name) View
End-user information (name, position, full address, and original signature) View
Information on other parties in the transaction View
Certification by the relevant government authorities of the authenticity of the end-user View
Date of issue View
Other View
3. Measures to Control SALW re-exports:
Re-export of SALW only permitted when there is prior notification View
Re-export of SALW is permitted only when there is prior approval View
4. State takes appropriate measures when a diversion has been identified
Alert potentially affected States View
Investigative and law enforcement measures at the national level View
Use international tracing mechanisms to identify points of diversion View
Other measures View
1. State takes measures to enforce national laws and regulations
State takes measures to enforce national laws and regulations View
2. Criminal offence to trade conventional arms without a licence or authorisation, or to do so in a manner that is in contradiction to the terms of a licence or authorisation
Criminal offence to trade conventional arms without a licence or authorisation, or to do so in a manner that is in contradiction to the terms of a licence or authorisation View
1. The national system includes one or more national points of contact designated to act as a liaison on matters relating to the implementation of the UN Programme of Action on Small Arms (PoA)
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2. The national system includes one or more national points of contact designated to act as a liaison on matters relating to the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms
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3. The national system includes one or more national points of contact to exchange information on ATT implementation
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1. The state makes information publicly available on the national system to control/regulate international arms transfers and address diversion
National report on implementation of the PoA View
ATT initial report View
1540 matrix View
National report on the national system to control/regulate international arms transfers and address diversion View
ATT-BAP survey View
2. The state makes information publicly available on arms imports and exports
UN Register of Conventional Arms View
UN Register of Conventional Arms - SALW View
ATT annual report View
Arms transfers reported to Comtrade View
Regional instrument View
National report on arms transfers View
3. Website for more information on national system
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