September 20, 2021| Press Releases|
Strategic Export Control Division regularly undertakes outreach activities, aimed at enhancing awareness on strategic export controls and implementation of UNSC sanctions.
Deliberations during the outreach sessions also focus on the tools and methods for effective national counter proliferation efforts and implementation of Export Control on Goods, Technologies, Material and Equipment related to Nuclear and Biological Weapons and their Delivery Systems Act-2004 (SECA-2004).
A team of SECDIV experts conducted a two-day Commodity Identification Training (CIT) at Model Customs Collectorate, Sost on 15-16 September 2021. The training was aimed at enhancing competence of frontline field staff in identification and interdiction of sensitive dual use goods. Over the two days; lectures, presentations, and discussions were held on various aspects of strategic export controls, identification of dual use commodities, implementation of UNSC sanction resolutions and national counter proliferation efforts.
The team also visited the Karakoram International University and Gilgit-Baltistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry to sensitize the academia/business community on laws and regulations related to strategic export controls including implementation of Internal Compliance Program (ICP) Guidelines and targeted sanctions.
The outreach visit was part of SECDIV routine Annual Outreach and Capacity Building Plan.
20 September 2021
Last modified: September 20, 2021
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