CASM Programme: Tender for the Disposal of White Phosphorus Ammunition Shells Launched

On 17 May, UNDP issued a call for proposals for the implementation of the Disposal of the Ammunition Shells Filled with White Phosphorous. The disposal is an activity implemented within the Capacity Development Programme for Conventional Ammunition Stockpile Management for the Republic of Serbia (CASM).

CASM is a joint development programme of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) that aims to improve capacity of the MoD of the Republic of Serbia for conventional ammunition stockpile management.  CASM activities are divided in three components, namely:

  1. Demilitarization and Disposal of approximately 1,133 tons of White Phosphorous and Napalm Powder Filled Ammunition;
  2. Infrastructure Development of ammunition storage areas and capacity development of ammunition management systems at Mirsac and Mirnicka Reka;
  3. Infrastructure improvements of demilitarization facility – TRZ Kragujevac.

All relevant information regarding the tender is available on the UNDP Serbia website.

For further information contact Tamara Svircev, Project Officer.