The control of armaments, dual
uses and technical assistance
section 1 of the National Inspectorate of strategic products are
administrative authority for matters and supervision according to law
(1992:1300) and the law on war materials (2000:1064) if
control of dual-use items and the
technical assistance, unless another authority has this
to the task.
1 a of the inspection, in the case of dispatches, and other
international cooperation relating to armaments, as
the Authority considers appropriate, clarify the compatibility of decisions
with the strict Swedish guidelines for arms exports
and other international investment cooperation, as well as the international commitments
that applies in the area of operation, including criteria in
Council common position 2008/944/CFSP of 8 december
2008 laying down common rules for the control of
exports of military technology and equipment, as well as the United Nations
arms trade treaty. Regulation (2014:1557).
section 2 of the inspection,
1. conveying such information on the control of armaments,
dual-use items and technical assistance
as Sweden has undertaken to provide that a member of the
The European Union and multilateral
2. have an exchange of information and experience with the corresponding
bodies of other countries and take part in European cooperation,
e.g. by monitoring other countries ' refusal to
applications for authorisation, inform the Commission of the European communities,
The Council of the European Union and the other Member States of the European
the Union and the relevant international bodies rejecting
Swedish requests for authorisation and implementation
consultations pursuant to the Council's common position
2008/944/CFSP of 8 december 2008 laying down
common rules governing control of exports of military technology
3. meeting the commitments in its field of activity as in
the rest follows from Sweden's cooperation in the European Union
and follow the rules, as agreed
between the Member States of the European Union,
4. be national contact point for Exchange of information
According to UN arms trade treaty, and
5. to the extent deemed necessary, participate in the
bilateral and multilateral cooperation within the framework of the
international agreements relating to
export control issues. Regulation (2014:1557).
section 3 Inspection shall each year before 15 February leave
the Government is partly an account of the Swedish export of
the arms and other strategic products in the
preceding calendar year, and a description of the important
trends in the Swedish and international export controls.
The inspection shall also submit supporting documents to the
The Government Office for reporting on small and light weapons
to the United Nations and the Organization for security
and cooperation in Europe.
3 a § 15 Privacy under the Cape. § 1 and 30. section 23 of the first
subparagraph publicity and secrecy (2009:400) prevents
not that the inspection submits a task to a competent
authority in another country within the European economic
area (EEA), if necessary for the fulfilment of
Sweden's international commitments on cooperation and
Exchange of information between EEA countries.
Prohibition of chemical weapons
section 4 of the Inspectorate's national authority with the information
follows from the Act (1994:118) on inspections in accordance with the United
Nations Convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons and
Ordinance (1997:121) if inspections in accordance with the United
Nations Convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons, etc.
§ 5 Inspection shall fulfil the tasks the authority
awarded according to;
1) regulations concerning financial penalties as decided by the
The European Union,
2) Government Announces on such
3) regulations that the Government decides on the basis of the law
(1996:95) on certain international sanctions.
section 6 supervisory authority may perform the service exports to the extent
It is compatible with the tasks of the authority,
resource allocation and sector of activity. Fees are calculated as
that full cost recovery is achieved.
With service exports means that the inspection through the export of its
förvaltningskunnande participates in development cooperation to
contribute to other countries ' efforts to improve their
export control and non-proliferation efforts.
section 7 of the inspection will promote cooperation and exchange of information
between the relevant authorities in Sweden through the effective
§ 8 inspection, inform the public, universities and
universities and other research institutions on their
activities and the current regulatory environment for business.
§ 9 Inspectorate is headed by a head of Government.
The export control Council
section 10 a Council for consultations on export control issues
(The Export Control Council) is related to the inspection. Council
consists of the Director-General and the other members
Government appoints for a period of time. The Director-General is
the President of the Council and he or she shall keep the Council
informed of inspection activities on
the export control area.
section 11 of the Director-General shall consult with the Council before
the inspection, handing over the case to the Government for
review under 1 a of the Act (1992:1300) of munitions, paragraph 4
Act (2000:1064) on the control of dual-
uses and of technical assistance, section 6 of the regulation
(2000:1217) on the control of dual-
uses and of technical assistance or according to the
regulations issued pursuant to these sections.
The Director-General decides which other cases before
the decision shall be submitted to the Council for consultation.
section 12 inspection, prior to each meeting well in advance to
the Council provide the documentary evidence which the members of the Council
need to take a position on the issues raised.
paragraph 13 of the Council of experts in foreign, security and
defence policy issues is the State Secretary responsible
for export control issues, the Director General in
State Department that the Government determines and
the Secretary of State in the Department of Defense or any
of them put in its place. The Director-General may call also
other experts and experts to the meetings to provide
the information that is needed.
section 14 inspection, together with the members of the Council seem
in order to maintain and develop its members ' expertise on
control of war materials and products with
section 15 of A technical-scientific advice (Technical-scientific
Council) is linked to the inspection in order to provide advice to the
authority in respect of the classification of products and in
other significant scientific topics. The Council consists of
the Director-General and the other members that the inspection
appoints. The Director leads the work of the Council.
The Partnership Council
section 16 of a Council for cooperation between authorities in non-
dissemination issues (the Council) is linked to the
the inspection. The Council shall promote the effective
Government coordination of measures against the spread of
weapons of mass destruction. The Council consists of the Director-General and
the other members of cooperative authorities
inspection appoints. The Director leads the work of the Council.
Positions and assignments
section 17 the Director General is the head of Government.
section 18 in respect of employment during the inspection of a military
civil servant in the armed forces does not apply paragraph 6 of
Employment Ordinance (1994:373).