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NATO/PfP Trust Fund Policy - Projects in Serbia and Montenegro NATO/PfP Trust Fund Policy - Projects in Serbia and Montenegro PRESENTED BY: Anne Suotula.

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1 NATO/PfP Trust Fund Policy - Projects in Serbia and Montenegro NATO/PfP Trust Fund Policy - Projects in Serbia and Montenegro PRESENTED BY: Anne Suotula NATO PASP PRESENTED BY: Anne Suotula NATO PASP PREPARED FOR: Briefing at South East Training Centre, Szeged 24 February 2005 PREPARED FOR: Briefing at South East Training Centre, Szeged 24 February 2005

2 February 2005 Slide No. 2 NATO/PfP Trust Fund Policy  Established in September 2000 to provide mechanism to assist Partner Nations meet Ottawa Convention obligations  Later extended to include:  Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)  All conventional munitions  Management of the consequences of defence reform  Achievements to date:  Five completed projects  All projects completed on time, within budget and without any accidents  More than 2 million landmines, thousands of SALW and thousand of tonnes of munitions destroyed  Established in September 2000 to provide mechanism to assist Partner Nations meet Ottawa Convention obligations  Later extended to include:  Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW)  All conventional munitions  Management of the consequences of defence reform  Achievements to date:  Five completed projects  All projects completed on time, within budget and without any accidents  More than 2 million landmines, thousands of SALW and thousand of tonnes of munitions destroyed

3 February 2005 Slide No. 3 NATO/PfP Trust Fund projects  Completed projects to date: Albania  destruction of 1,6 million anti-personnel landmines (APLs) Moldova  destruction of 350 tonnes of rocket fuel oxidizer  destruction of 12,000 APLs  demilitarisation of 300 tonnes of ammunition Ukraine  destruction of 400,000 APLs Tajikistan  Destruction of 1,260 APLs  Completed projects to date: Albania  destruction of 1,6 million anti-personnel landmines (APLs) Moldova  destruction of 350 tonnes of rocket fuel oxidizer  destruction of 12,000 APLs  demilitarisation of 300 tonnes of ammunition Ukraine  destruction of 400,000 APLs Tajikistan  Destruction of 1,260 APLs

4 February 2005 Slide No. 4 NATO/PfP Trust Fund projects  Ongoing projects: Albania II  Demilitarisation of 11,000 tonnes of SALW ammunition Georgia  Destruction of 309 SS75 missiles  Destruction of 160 Krug missiles Belarus  Demilitarisation of 700,000 APLs Azerbaijan  Clearance and disposal of unexploded ordnance Ukraine II  Destruction of 133,000 tonnes of munitions  Destruction of 1,5 million SALW  Destruction of MANPADS  Ongoing projects: Albania II  Demilitarisation of 11,000 tonnes of SALW ammunition Georgia  Destruction of 309 SS75 missiles  Destruction of 160 Krug missiles Belarus  Demilitarisation of 700,000 APLs Azerbaijan  Clearance and disposal of unexploded ordnance Ukraine II  Destruction of 133,000 tonnes of munitions  Destruction of 1,5 million SALW  Destruction of MANPADS

5 SEEI Trust Fund project to destroy 28,000 SALW in Serbia and Montenegro

6 February 2005 Slide No. 6 Demilitarisation of SALW  First Trust Fund project outside the EAPC area  NATO South East Europe Initiative: SEEI Trust Fund  Three month programme:  Demilitarisation of SALW (+4,800)  In line with force level agreements  Using maintenance facility at Cacak  First Trust Fund project outside the EAPC area  NATO South East Europe Initiative: SEEI Trust Fund  Three month programme:  Demilitarisation of SALW (+4,800)  In line with force level agreements  Using maintenance facility at Cacak

7 February 2005 Slide No. 7 Demilitarisation of SALW  Lead Nation: Netherlands  Contributors: Canada, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Serbia and Montenegro  Budget: EUR 375,000  Status:  Project started September 2003  Project completed December 2003  Lead Nation: Netherlands  Contributors: Canada, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Serbia and Montenegro  Budget: EUR 375,000  Status:  Project started September 2003  Project completed December 2003

8 SEEI Trust Fund project to destroy 1,3 million APLs in Serbia and Montenegro

9 February 2005 Slide No. 9 Demilitarisation of APLs  Aim:  Destroy 1.3 million conventional APLs  Help Serbia and Montenegro fulfil its commitments under the Ottawa Convention  Make SEE free of APL stockpiles  Status: project launched in October 2004  Lead Nation: Canada/Austria  Contributors: Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Serbia and Montenegro, Switzerland  Budget: EUR 1.7 million  Aim:  Destroy 1.3 million conventional APLs  Help Serbia and Montenegro fulfil its commitments under the Ottawa Convention  Make SEE free of APL stockpiles  Status: project launched in October 2004  Lead Nation: Canada/Austria  Contributors: Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Netherlands, Norway, Serbia and Montenegro, Switzerland  Budget: EUR 1.7 million

10 February 2005 Slide No. 10 Demilitarisation of APLs  Project to be completed in 27 months  Project undertaken at Technical Repair Bureau KRAGUJEVAC  Facility Improvements:  Transportation and road improvements  Construct and Install Incinerator  Transportation and security a gainst agreed schedule  Destruction of the Stockpile  Industrial breakdown of mines  Incinerate fuzes  Recycling of explosives and mine bodies  Project to be completed in 27 months  Project undertaken at Technical Repair Bureau KRAGUJEVAC  Facility Improvements:  Transportation and road improvements  Construct and Install Incinerator  Transportation and security a gainst agreed schedule  Destruction of the Stockpile  Industrial breakdown of mines  Incinerate fuzes  Recycling of explosives and mine bodies

11 February 2005 Slide No. 11 The Mines PMA-1 PMR-3 PMA-2 PMA-3 PROM-1 PMR-2/2A


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