Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan will cooperate to preserve animal world Plato Ustyurt

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan will cooperate to preserve the animal world Plato Ustyurt. This is stated in the press service of the Ministry of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Change of Uzbekistan.

“As part of the CMS COP14 Plenary meeting in Samarkand, a memorandum was signed on cooperation in the field of preservation of the animal world Plato Ustyurt between the Minister of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Climate Climate of the Republic of Uzbekistan Azizz Abdukhakimov and Deputy Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nurken Sharbiev” , – says in the message.

A working group will be created as part of the memorandum and a roadmap of actions to ensure the preservation of cross -border populations of wild animals and their migrating views on the Ustyurt plateau will be developed.

The document will provide for: coordinated monitoring, research and inventory of migrating species; the protection of migrating species of wild animals and the preservation of biodiversity; creation of cross -border wholesale and migration corridors; Studying opportunities for sustainable use of wildlife resources and the development of ecotourism, etc.

It is worth noting that the agreement was signed with the aim of fulfilling the obligations of the Central Asian countries to preserve the transnational facility of the World Heritage Heritage “Turanian deserts of the temperate belt”, included in 2023 in the list of world -wide heritage objects.