Speaking at a meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov separately focused on regional issues.
In his speech at the Ministerial Meeting "European Union - Central Asia", the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov focused on the importance of strengthening interregional cooperation in the field of environmental protection.
On October 27, a meeting of the Permanent Commission of the IPA CIS on Agrarian Policy, Natural Resources and Ecology was held in Samarkand. The event was held within the framework of the autumn session of the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly, which is being held in Uzbekistan for the first time.
The countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States need to create a unified system of environmental safety. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia Alexander Kozlov at the eighth meeting of the Interstate Environmental Council of the CIS countries.
Recently, an online meeting of representatives of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the head of the Department of Scientific and Technical Cooperation and Agreements of the Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research, Mr. Walid Roy, took place.
On August 10, 2022, the UNDP project together with the Hydro Meteorological Service Center (Uzhydromet) organized an event to discuss the results of a basic study to increase the understanding and awareness of decision makers and specialists about possible risks and threats caused by climate change.
During the autumn season of the past 2021, a total of 85 million saplings of trees and shrubs were planted throughout the republic within the framework of the national movement "Yashil Makon", the plan was fulfilled by 114%.
The Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan, when developing renewable energy projects, attaches paramount importance to the environmental study and monitoring of the situation not only at the proposed power plant construction sites themselves, but also within a radius of about 50 km around.
On June 7, at a press conference at the IMC, Deputy Director General of the Center of the Hydro Meteorological Service of Uzbekistan Ibrat Karimov said that only 3% of the city of Tashkent is covered with green spaces, namely lawns, at a rate of 12%. However, on June 8, Uzhydromet refuted this statement, reporting a technical error in the report.