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Osce Document on Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition

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Book Id: WPLBN0000119076
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Reproduction Date: 2008

Title: Osce Document on Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition  
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Language: English
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Osce Document on Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition. (n.d.). Osce Document on Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: Preamble: // 1. The participating States of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE): // 2. Reaffirming their will to build upon the Framework for Arms Control contained in Decision No. 8/96 by the Forum for Security Co-operation (FSC), and, in particular, their determination to continue to respond to security needs in the OSCE area through arms control, including disarmament and confidence- and security-building, // 3. Recognizing that the issue of norms, principles and measures regarding stockpile management of small arms and light weapons is duly covered by the OSCE Document on Small Arms and Light Weapons, // 4. Recognizing the risks and challenges caused by the presence in the OSCE area of stockpiles of conventional ammunition, explosive material and detonating devices in surplus and/or awaiting destruction...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PREAMBLE..............................................................................................................................1 I. GENERAL PRINCIPLES..............................................................................................2 II. CATEGORIES OF CONVENTIONAL AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVE MATERIAL AND DETONATING DEVICES.......................................2 III. INDICATORS OF A SURPLUS....................................................................................3 IV. STOCKPILE MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY.......................................................3 V. TRANSPARENCY ABOUT NEEDS AND ASSISTANCE.........................................4 (A) Information to be provided by a requesting State...............................................5 (B) Information to be provided by an assisting/donor State.....................................5 VI. SCOPE OF ASSISTANCE AND PROCEDURE..........................................................6 (A) Scope of assistance.............................................................................................6 (B) Procedure............................................................................................................7 VII. FINAL PROVISIONS....................................................................................................9 Annex I: Model questionnaire for a requesting State Annex II: Model questionnaire for an assisting/donor State Annex III: Illustration of the procedure for dealing with a request for assistance

 

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