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Study on Ways and Means of Promoting Transparency in International Transfers of Conventional Arms

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One of the significant advances of recent years has been the appreciation of the value of transparency and openness in relations between States. This publication examines ways and means of promoting transparency so as to encourage prudent restraint by states in their arms export and import policies and to reduce the risks of misunderstandings, suspicion or tension resulting from lack of information concerning arms transfers.

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Foreword by the Secretary-General

One of the significant advances of recent years has been the appreciation of the value of transparency and openness in relations between States. It was this recognition that, in large part, led to the adoption by the General Assembly on 7 December 1988 of resolution 43/75 I, requesting a study on ways and means of promoting transparency in international transfers of conventional arms on a universal and non-discriminatory basis.

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