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Afghanistan
 

 
   
 
 
 
 
     
   
 
     
   
 
     
   

   
 
     
 
   
 
 
     
 
Collection and destruction
  - The Government of Afghanistan through the Disarmament and Reintegration Commission and UNDP/ANBP (Afghan New Beginning Programme) and Japan as lead nation implement Disarmament of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) through the Join Secretariat, which comprises of Ministries of Defence and Interior, National Directorate of Security, UNAMA and ISAF. - The DIAG programme is being implemented in 106 districts (the number of districts in the country totals 364), of which 67 districts have achieved ‘compliance’. In 2008 over 9,000 weapons were collected. 960 illegal armed groups were identified, 435 IAGs were targeted, 190 disbanded. Close to 10,600 of the weapons confiscated or collected from IAGs since the inception of DIAG are presently in use by the Afghan Security Forces. Establishing a weapon registration and licensing system within the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has enabled over 15943 additional weapons to be brought under the control of the Government. (UNAMA)
 
 
     
   
 
     
 
Definition (including closely associated activities and extraterritoriality):
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Optional elements for national legislation (registration, record-keeping, licensing, related legislation, jurisdiction, penalties):
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Operational information exchange (including a) Cooperation on activities violating UNSC arms embargoes; and b) Cooperation with relevant organizations, e.g. WCO, Interpol, the UN):
No information has been found
Cooperation and measures within a regional Organization:
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National needs (Assistance in capacity building):
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Notes:
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National laws, regulations and administrative procedures:
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National marking practices:
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Marking at the time of import:
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Marking of SALW in the possession of government armed and security forces:
Measures against the removal or alteration of markings:
No information has been found
Accurate and comprehensive records for all marked SALW within their territory:
No information has been found
Measures taken for undertaking traces and responding to tracing requests:
No information has been found
Operational information exchange:
No information has been found
Needs and request for assistance:
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Implementation challenges and opportunities:
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Notes:
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