In Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia, a total of 10 states are contaminated to some degree with cluster munition remnants. At least 19 states in the area are known to stockpile cluster munitions. Russia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia have been associated with production of cluster munitions. Bulgaria, previously identified as a producer, claims to have never produced any type of cluster munition. A total of 15 states from the region agreed to adopt the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) in Dublin on May 30, 2008.