Luxembourg law requires exporters to provide the licensing authorities (OCEIT within the Ministry of Economy) by 31 January 2022 with information of transfers and exports made on the basis of a general EU or a Luxembourg global authorization in 2021.
This concerns defence-related products (article 24 of the Export Control Law of 27 June 2018) and dual-use items (article 39).
The required information, summarized by country, shall specifiy for each recipient:
the description of the relevant items and their references in the control list;
the quantity and value of the items exported;
dates of exports;
the end-use and the end-user of the items.
Failure to provide the information require may result in an imprisonment up to 3 years and/or a fine up to 50.000 euros.