MFAT is seeking public views on a proposal to widen catch-all controls over the export of non-controlled goods and technology destined for use by a foreign military or police force.

Have your say

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has opened a public consultation on a proposal to widen catch-all controls over the export of goods and technologies which are not listed in the New Zealand Strategic Goods List and which are destined directly or indirectly for a military, paramilitary or police end-user. 

Public comment is invited on this proposal by 15 November 2019.  

For more information, read:

  • the consultation document [PDF, 213 KB] explaining the proposal
  • Cabinet paper [PDF, 1.7 MB] setting out the background to this public consultation (note that some sections of the paper have been redacted in line with the provisions of the Official Information Act.)

Email your comments to exportcontrols@mfat.govt.nz