Illicit Trade of the Small Arms and Light Weapons We are, Alarmed by the high speeded proliferation of the illicit trade of small arms. Concerned about the fact that some illegal factories are producing small arms. Points out the arms left in the hand of some of the countries are the main reasons to the conflicts. Strongly points out the easiness of the small arms’ usage in cities. Stresses the importance of the laws and that can make ones give up. Concerned about the close relations between terrorism, drug trade and illegal trade of small arms and light weapons. Aware of the fact that huge percentage of small arms product belongs to Western Europe and United States. According to that fact, control mechanisms in these areas must be strengthened more. Aware of the fact that in %90 of countries’ control over their exports and imports lessens day by day. Supporting the UN Register of Conventional Arms and considers the register as the most importent component of such a control. Fully supporting the provisions of the OSCE Documentation of Small Arms and Light Weapons. 1) Recommending a highly technologized export and import control system that is in usage in Kazakhstan. 2) Requesting being the leader of the users of this system in order to make governments see the advantages of this system. 3) Urging governments to strengthen their national export and import legislations. 4) Urging legal weapon producers to put new technology items that can make weapons tracked. 5) Proceeding from the fact that strengthening the control over legal production will not be a step as practical and useful as the universality of the UN Register, strengthening of regional measures, including OSCE measures, as well as the UN and other international instutitions’ assistance in the field of small arms arsenal reduction through its elimination and redemption.