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The fourth NATO/PfP Trust Fund project in Serbia follows a request for assistance from Serbia to NATO for the destruction of surplus conventional ammunition, initially estimated as up to 8,000 tonnes.

Status: To date, 235 tonnes of ammunition have been demilitarized. A serious incident in February 2017 has paused high rate demilitarisation activity until capacity is re-established in spring 2019.
As at June 2019, the project had provided over MEUR 1.2 worth of improvements and new equipment, including a new fire en-gine, ambulance and forklift truck.
A proposal to extend the project by two years to spring 2022 and in-crease the budget to MEUR 5.60 is under final approval at NATO HQ. This will allow time for the demilitarisation of the original quantity of surplus ammunition and additional tasks to support the MOI under the Western Balkan initiative.

Duration: Project launched in July 2013 and started implementation in March 2016 and is expected to be completed in Spring 2022.


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  • Executing Agent: NSPA
  • Status : Finished
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Destruction of surplus conventional ammunition.
Project started 24 March 16.
First items demilitarised on 16 September 2016.
To date, around 521 tonnes (MEUR 1.25) of ammunition has been demilitarised so far with a further 245 tonnes over the next 12 months

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