The German information portal "Ostexperte.de" published an article devoted to the recently adopted special resolution of the UN General Assembly on declaring the Aral Sea region a Zone of Environmental Innovation and Technology, which was initiated by the President of Uzbekistan. The Aral Sea region is thus the first region to which the General Assembly assigned the special status of a zone of environmental innovation and technology.
The UN General Assembly resolution emphasizes the importance of intensifying regional cooperation in implementing joint measures to mitigate the consequences of the Aral Sea crisis and stabilize the environmental situation in the Aral Sea region.
The article also noted the importance of cooperation between the countries and that Germany supported the resolution. The author Urs Unkof mentioned the initiative "Green Central Asia" as a possible tool for furthering regional cooperation in Central Asia., It is necessary to emphasize that.
The full article in German you can read here: https://ostexperte.de/schritt-fuer-schritt-aus-der-wueste-un-resolution-zur-aralsee-region-verabschiedet/
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