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Last Updated: 27 October 2011

Mine Ban Policy

Brunei Darussalam signed the Mine Ban Treaty on 4 December 1997 and ratified it on 24 April 2006, becoming a State Party on 1 October 2006. Brunei has never used, produced, imported, exported, or stockpiled antipersonnel mines, including for training purposes. Legislation to enforce the antipersonnel mine prohibition domestically has been drafted, but not yet enacted.[1] Brunei has not submitted a Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 report since April 2007. On 22 June 2010, Brunei submitted a letter to the UN in lieu of an Article 7 report that stated it does “not have any Anti-Personnel Mines that are banned under the Convention, and therefore we do not have any information for the Article 7 Annual Report.”[2]

Brunei is not party to the Convention on Conventional Weapons.

Brunei did not attend any Mine Ban Treaty meetings in 2010 or the first half in 2011.


[1] Mine Ban Treaty Article 7 Report (for unspecified period ending April 2007), Form A.

[2] Letter from Amb. Janin Erih, Permanent Mission of Brunei to the UN in Geneva, 22 June 2010.