UNROCA original report

Hungary 2007


Major conventional arms (Category I-VII) - Exports

Category(I-VII) Final importer state Number of Items State of origin (if not exporter) Intermediate location(s) (if any) Description of Items Comments on the transfer
III. Large calibre artillery systems Czech Rep. 2 Russian Federation

Hungary

152mm D-20 type howitzer gun For exhibition in museum

Major conventional arms (Category I-VII) - Imports

Category(I-VII) Exporter state Number of Items State of origin (if not exporter) Intermediate location(s) (if any) Description of Items Comments on the transfer
IV. (a) Combat aircraft Sweden 7 Gripen For the Hungarian Defence Forces

Major conventional arms (Category I-VII) - Military holdings

Category(I-VII) Number of Items Description of Items Comments on the transfer
I. Battle tanks 166 (7) T-55, (159) T-72 .
II. Armoured combat vehicles 1144 (447) BTR-80, (11) BTR-80 MPAEJ, (3) BTR-80 MPFJ, (5) MT-LB, (1) PSZH D-944, (487) BMP-1, (12) BRM-1K, (178) BTR-80A
III. Large calibre artillery systems 173 (50) 82mm 37M Mortar, (2) 82mm 2K21 Mortar, (44) 85mm D-44N Anti Armour Gun, (53) 85mm D-44 Anti Armour Gun, (24) 100mm MT-12 Anti Armour Gun. Additional data provided in accordance with resolution 58/54.
III. Large calibre artillery systems 530 (153) 2S1 SP How, (15) 2S3 SP How, (216) D-20 How, (103) M-30 How, (1) M 120 Model 38/43 Mortar, (42) BM-21 MLRS. Additional data provided in accordance with resolution 58/54.
IV. (a) Combat aircraft 117 (65) MIG-21, (4) MIG-23, (26) MIG-29, (8) SU-22, (14) SAAB 39 GRIPEN
V. Attack helicopters 50 (50) MI-24
VII. (a) Missiles and missile launchers 278 Additional data provided in accordance with resolution 58/54.
VII. (b) Man-Portable Air-Defence Systems (MANPADS). 110 (1) 9P58M (Strela-2) MANPADS launcher, (64) 9P519 (Igla) MANPADS launchers, (45) Mistral-2 MANPADS launchers Additional data provided in accordance with resolution 58/54.

Major conventional arms (Category I-VII) - Procurement through national production

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Small Arms Exports

Category Final Importer state Number of Items State of origin (if not exporter) Intermediate location(s) (if any) Description of Items Comments on the transfer
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Austria 48 Return to the manufacturer
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Germany 1 Return to the manufacturer
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Romania 150 Pistol
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols United States 25 F9L
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols United States 4 F9M
2. Rifles and carbines Germany 33 Hunting rifle
2. Rifles and carbines Italy 50 SA85M semi automatic sport rifle
2. Rifles and carbines Romania 157 SA85M semi automatic hunting rifle
3. Sub-machine guns United States 41119 AMD-65 Used
3. Sub-machine guns United States 220 AMMSZ Used
3. Sub-machine guns United States 640 AK-47 Used
5. Light machine guns Czech Rep. 2985 RPK Used
5. Light machine guns Romania 1340 PKM Used
5. Light machine guns United States 2 PKMS Used
5. Light machine guns United States 13 RPD Used
5. Light machine guns United States 4 KGK Used

Light Weapons Exports

Small Arms Imports

Category Exporter state Number of Items State of origin (if not exporter) Intermediate location(s) (if any) Description of Items Comments on the transfer
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Austria 117
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Czech Rep. 7
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Germany 677
1. Revolvers and self-loading pistols Slovakia 3
2. Rifles and carbines Austria 385
2. Rifles and carbines Belgium 3
2. Rifles and carbines Czech Rep. 665
2. Rifles and carbines Finland 132
2. Rifles and carbines France 1
2. Rifles and carbines Germany 458
2. Rifles and carbines Italy 13
2. Rifles and carbines Russian Federation 40
2. Rifles and carbines Slovakia 1
2. Rifles and carbines Turkey 56
2. Rifles and carbines United States 203
6. Others Germany 32 MP5 For the National Bank

Light Weapons Import

National criterion to determine when a transfer takes effect

No criterion submitted

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