This is the content prescribed at the Decree No. 76/2014/ND-CP dated July 29, 2014 of the Government guiding the Ordinance on management and use of weapons, explosive materials, and combat gear and takes effect on September 15, 2014.
In accordance with the regulations in this Decree, the obtainment of the License for trading, export, or import of explosive precursors for the purpose of scientific research or experiment shall be exempt if the amount of explosive precursors is smaller than 05 kg per year; any organization that imports explosive precursors for the purpose of manufacture, research, or experiment must obtain a License for explosive precursor import and is exempt from obtaining the License for explosive precursor trading.
Compounds that contain more than 45% of explosive precursors must adhere. The Decree focuses that beside the Certificate of Business registration or certificate of investment or Certificate of Business Registration that permits the operations pertaining to chemicals or industrial explosives, the organization must also satisfy some other conditions such as facilities; chemical safety; personnel such as the storage or port where explosive precursors are unloaded must comply with regulations on security and safety; containers of explosive precursors must have satisfactory quality and ensure environmental hygiene; vehicles sued for transporting explosive precursors must comply with regulations of law on transporting dangerous cargo…
Also in accordance with this Decree, the amount of explosive precursors being sold, imported, exported, and unsold must be monitored in separate books. Notes of delivery and receipts of explosive precursors must not contain other goods or supplies.
Applicable regulations on invoicing and bookkeeping must be complied with. Any trading of explosive precursors without invoices shall be considered illegal and punished. Information, list of customers, and documents about explosive precursors must be kept for at least 05 years, even if the organization no longer has any operation pertaining to explosive precursors. If the organization has multiple branches, it must collect information from all of such branches.
Besides, the Government decides to equip the fishery patrol forces with military weapons such as fishery patrol staff and crewmembers on fishery patrol vessels are provided the following military weapons: pistols, submachine guns; ammunition for the weapons or fishery patrol vessels are provided with light machine guns, machine guns, 14.5 mm guns and ammunition for the weapons.
Ordinance on management and use of weapons, explosive materials and combat gear and its guiding documents shall apply to management and use of military weapons provided for fishery patrol forces.
This Decree takes effect on September 15, 2014
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