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Justice and Security
Edin Serezlic – Joint Programme Coordinator
Suad Baljak - Project Officer
The Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office of UN agencies for the implementation of the Roadmap for a sustainable solution to the illegal possession, misuse and trafficking of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) and their ammunition in the Western Balkans, by 2024
Project value and donors
Budget: USD 2,200,000 - UNDP (USD 1,111,061.00), UNODC (USD 1,088,939.00)
Germany, UK Government, Kingdom of the Netherland, Sweden, France and Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Indirect Taxation Authority of BiH, Border Police of BiH, SIPA (State Investigation and Protection Agency), Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH, Ministry of Security of BiH, Ministry of Transport and Communication of BiH.
Alignment with the Goals of Roadmap for a sustainable solution to arms control in the Western Balkans by 2024:
GOAL 2. By 2024, ensure that arms control policies and practices in the Western Balkans are evidence based and intelligence led.
GOAL 3. By 2024, significantly reduce illicit flows of firearms, ammunition and explosives (FAE) into, within and beyond the Western Balkans.
GOAL 4. By 2024, significantly reduce the supply, demand and misuse of firearms through increased awareness, education, outreach and advocacy.
GOAL 5. By 2024, substantially decrease the estimated number of firearms in illicit possession in the Western Balkans
GOAL 7 Significantly decrease the risk of proliferation and diversion of firearms, ammunition and explosives