UK Arms Export Licences

UK Arms Export Licences

Search exports of arms and other controlled goods approved by the UK government. Learn more.
Date: From 2010-01-01
Country: Cayman Islands Cyprus Egypt Heard and McDonald Islands Honduras Iraq Serbia
Item: imaging cameras
Rating: ML11

Licences

5 results

Date Type Country Item Revoked Rating Value
2013-09-12 SIEL Iraq (notes)
 equipment for the use of weapon night sights T  
 imaging cameras T  
 military image intensifier equipment T  
 military infrared/thermal imaging equipment T  
 weapon night sights T  
 weapon sights T  
 ML15 £86,460
 ML1 £259,100
 ML11 £6,000
 6A003 £80,000
2012-07-17 Refused (2, 3) SIEL Egypt
 equipment for the use of weapon night sights T  
 imaging cameras T  
 military electronic equipment T  
 military infrared/thermal imaging equipment T  
 weapon night sights T  
 ML15 N/A
 ML1 N/A
 ML11 N/A
 6A003 N/A
2011-05-10 SIEL Cyprus
 equipment for the use of weapon night sights T  
 imaging cameras T  
 military infrared/thermal imaging equipment T  
 weapon night sights T  
 weapon sight mounts T  
 ML15 £80,000
 ML11 £4,000
 6A003 £300,000
 PL5017 £0
 ML1 £400,000
 ML5 £120,000
2011-04-15 SIEL Iraq (notes)
 equipment for the use of weapon night sights T  
 imaging cameras T  
 military infrared/thermal imaging equipment T  
 weapon night sights T  
 ML15 £80,000
 ML1 £480,000
 ML11 £4,000
 6A003 £300,000
2010-11-23 SIEL Egypt
 equipment for the use of weapon day and night sights T  
 imaging cameras T  
 military electronic equipment T  
 military infrared/thermal imaging equipment T  
 weapon day and night sights T  
 weapon night sights T  
 weapon sight mounts T  
 ML15 £80,000
 ML11 £12,000
 6A003 £300,000
 PL5017 £0
 ML1 £440,000
 ML5 £40,000
5 results

Refusal Criteria

2 Risk of use for internal repression.
3 Risk of contributing to internal tensions or conflict in the recipient country.

Country Footnotes

Iraq General trade sanctions against Iraq, except prohibitions related to the sale or supply of arms and related materiel, were revoked by the UN Security Council resolution 1483 (22 May 2003), implemented in UK legislation on 14 June 2003 by the Iraq (United Nations Sanctions) Order 2003 [S.I. 2003/1519]. UNSCR 1546 (2004) continues the embargo on arms and related materiel against Iraq, but provides exemptions for equipment required by the Government of Iraq to serve the purposes of UNSCR 1546 (2004). All exports for this destination were approved in accordance with the sanctions in place.
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