Guidance

Open general export licences for export for exhibition: military goods

Licences for the export of military goods for exhibition where the goods will be returned to the UK. See explanation below for which licence to use.

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Details

These open general export licences (OGELs) allow, subject to certain conditions, the export of military goods for exhibition to certain destinations, where the goods will be returned to the UK.

Open general export licence (export for exhibition: military goods - from December 2019

This version of the licence is available for registration.

Open general export licence (export for exhibition: military goods)

This version of the licence is no longer available for registration, but remains available for users who registered before 5 December 2019.

Reporting requirements

These OGELs are subject to reporting requirements under the open licence returns transparency initiative.

Revoked licences

The most recent revoked licence is available in the documents section.

You can find revoked versions of the open general export licence (export for exhibition: military goods) on the National Archives website.

You can find revoked versions of the open general export licence (export for exhibition: military goods) from December 2019) on the National Archives website.

Published 3 July 2012
Last updated 31 December 2020 + show all updates
  1. This Open General Export Licence has been revised to take into account changes in legislation following the end of the transition period.

  2. These OGELs have been revised to take into account changes in legislation following the end of the transition period.

  3. This open general export licence has been amended to remove Hong Kong as a permitted destination.

  4. Change in registration requirements, and clarity on who can use this licence.

  5. Licence updated and amended to reflect new contact details for the Export Control Joint Unit.

  6. Amendments to rating code PL5001. MOD security requirements clarified. Clause added referring to pre-visit questionnaires.

  7. Removed South Sudan from list of prohibited destinations. This change will be made formally when we update the licence with other changes later in March.

  8. Correction: South Sudan added to Schedule 2 (destinations).

  9. Licence amended to reflect the new Government Security Classification System.

  10. Licence updated to take account of the EU decision on 20 February 2014 to suspend all export licensing to Ukraine for any equipment which might be used for internal repression.

  11. Updated guidance to reflect new reporting process in connection with the transparency initiative.

  12. First published.