The Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with OSCE and UNDP Office in Belgrade, launched in 2012 the CASM project (Capacity Development Programme for Conventional Ammunition Stockpile Management for the Republic of Serbia).
So far, in the course of the CASM project (through tender procedures conducted by the UNDP Office), exportation of surplus napalm powder was completed (161 tons) and antistatic floors were placed in a certain number of spaces for ammunition disassembly at the Technical Overhaul Institution Kragujevac.
Within the CASM program, under way are: preparation for exportation of surplus ammunition elements filled with white phosphorus to final destruction at EXPAL Company in Bulgaria (after disassembly at TRZ Kragujevac), creation of project design for infrastructural improvement of capacities for ammunition disassembly at TRZ Kragujevac (projection of firefighting sprinkler system and video surveillance system for the facilities for the process of disassembly of ammunition) and devising of Elaborate on hazardous areas at TRZ Kragujevac.
After the creation of the project design, the UNDP Office will release a Request for Proposal for projection of firefighting sprinkler system and video surveillance system for the facilities for the process of disassembly of ammunition at TRZ Kragujevac.
Furthermore, in the future course of CASM project, it is expected that a solution will be reached for issues with special explosive ordnance past the expiration date and the development of storage capacities at Mirnicka Reka and Mrsac storages is also expected (preparation and completion of necessary documentation are under the authority of the Ministry of Defence).