UK Arms Export Licences

UK Arms Export Licences

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Date: From 2010-01-01
Country: Libya
Item: bomb suits

Licences

4 results

Date Type Country Item Revoked Rating Value
2013-12-04 SITCL Libya (notes)
Sources:
Cambodia
 bomb suits  
 components for bomb suits  
 military helmets  
N/AUnknown
2013-01-24 SIEL Libya (notes)
 accessories for improvised explosive device disposal remotely operated vehicles  
 bomb suits  
 civil explosive detection/identification equipment  
 gun mountings  
 improvised explosive device disposal remotely operated vehicles  
 military helmets  
 sporting guns (9)  
 ML13 £315,235
 ML1 £28,022
 1A006 £1,334,487
 1A004 £156,237
2012-04-30 Refused OIEL Libya (notes)
 bomb suits  
 components for bomb suits  
 components for devices for initiating explosives  
 components for improvised explosive device disposal equipment  
 components for munitions/ordnance detection/disposal equipment  
 devices for initiating explosives  
 improvised explosive device disposal equipment  
 military helmets  
 military improvised explosive device decoying/detection/disposal/jamming equipment  
 munitions/ordnance detection/disposal equipment  
 non-military firing sets  
N/AUnknown
2011-09-15 SIEL Libya (notes)
 bomb suits  
 components for bomb suits  
 components for military equipment for initiating explosives  
 components for munitions/ordnance detection/disposal equipment  
 military equipment for initiating explosives  
 military helmets  
 munitions/ordnance detection/disposal equipment  
 ML4 £139,652
 ML13 £94,490
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Country Footnotes

Libya UN Security Council Resolution 1970 of 26 February 2011 established an embargo on the supply of arms and related material to Libya. The embargo was amended by Resolutions 2009 (2011) and 2095 (2013). Exemptions exist, with approval from the UN Sanctions Committee, for supplies of non-lethal military equipment and protective clothing for use by United Nations personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers. Arms and related material intended solely for security or disarmament assistance to the Libyan government are also subject to exemption criteria. EU Council Decision 2011/137/CFSP, as amended, restricts the provision of arms and related material; as well as of equipment that might be used for internal repression. Exemptions are in place for internal repression equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, and for temporary export of protective clothing for use by United Nations and EU personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers. All exports for this destination must be in accordance with the sanctions in place.
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