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4-6 November, 2014, it will be heldI Tashkent International Forum of poultry farmers "Eurasia-2014". It will be organized by the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the Managers Association and the Association of Uzbekistan "Parrandasanoat".
This forum is the main event of Poultry Farmers of Uzbekistan, which will focus on feeding, veterinary, livestock and equipment.
Poultry farming in Uzbekistan is currently the most stable and dynamic field of agriculture, which was able to quickly increase production of poultry products and provide the population with high-quality dietary product - eggs and poultry meat.
Implementation in practice of modern crosses, technology, cultivation, and feeding the birds, preventive veterinary measures allow for high production performance and stable operation of poultry farms.

Following is the text of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki‑moon’s video message to the International Conference on the Implementation of Regional Projects in the Aral Sea Basin, held 28-29 October in Urgench, Uzbekistan:
Your Excellency, Mr. Islam A. Karimov, President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, distinguished participants, I am pleased to send greetings to this important Forum.  I thank Uzbekistan for hosting.  I vividly remember my visit to the Aral Sea in 2010.  I was horrified by the sight of so much desert where water used to flow.
Today, the Aral Sea is on the verge of disappearing entirely.  This loss would affect millions of people in Uzbekistan and beyond.  The root of the problem is poor water management.  We need to respond through more efficient local water use.  And we need national and regional cooperation to manage transboundary waters fairly.
The United Nations supports the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea.  Many United Nations agencies, including our Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia, are working together to improve livelihoods, boost development and reduce health and environmental risks in the most affected areas.  I hope donors will support these efforts.

An international conference is due October 28-29 in Urgench to discuss cooperation in the region of the Aral Sea basin in order to weather the impact of an environmental catastrophe. UzA reporters have had a conversation with some of its participants.
Neno Kukuric, Director of the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Center (IGRAC), the Netherlands:
“The Aral problem is a pressing challenge that concerns not only a certain country or a region, but also the entire world community. The conference to take place in Urgench will facilitate the further consolidation of cooperation directed at smoothing the consequences of the environmental catastrophe in the region, implementing effective programs and projects designed to improve the ecological situation.
“The most acceptable way of preventing water shortage is its rational and effective use. Noteworthy is a set of measures to promote economical, targeted and rational use of water in Uzbekistan. We have been working on this front with ministries and other government agencies of Uzbekistan to elaborate and implement joint projects".

On October 28, 2014 was held a conference in Namangan territorial branch of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan of nominating deputies to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Republic of Uzbekistan.

The conference brought together 367 activists from all regions of the Ecomovement area. Worthy of special mention is the fact that the participants of the conference were the true followers of environmental security in the country and in the region, environmental scientists who are actively engaged in activities for the protection of the environment, improve public health, as well as intellectuals, specialists in the field of nature protection, medicine, environmental education and training, lawyers, economists, as well as representatives of NGOs and other civil society institutions.

As a guide it should be noted that the December 25, 2008 adopted the Law "On introducing amendments and addenda to some legislative acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in connection with improvement of electoral legislation". On December 27, 2009 at the Conference of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan in the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Republic of Uzbekistan were nominated and elected 15 members of the Ecomovement. They are elected on an alternative basis of the number of delegates to the Conference, nominated by the territorial offices of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan held conferences in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and Tashkent city.

On October 31, 2014 was held a conference in Kashkadarya territorial branch of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan of nominating deputies to the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Republic of Uzbekistan.

The conference brought together 308 activists from all regions of the Ecomovement area. Worthy of special mention is the fact that the participants of the conference were the true followers of environmental security in the country and in the region, environmental scientists who are actively engaged in activities for the protection of the environment, improve public health, as well as intellectuals, specialists in the field of nature protection, medicine, environmental education and training, lawyers, economists, as well as representatives of NGOs and other civil society institutions.

As a guide it should be noted that the December 25, 2008 adopted the Law "On introducing amendments and addenda to some legislative acts of the Republic of Uzbekistan in connection with improvement of electoral legislation". On December 27, 2009 at the Conference of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan in the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis of Republic of Uzbekistan were nominated and elected 15 members of the Ecomovement. They are elected on an alternative basis of the number of delegates to the Conference, nominated by the territorial offices of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan held conferences in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and Tashkent city.

The Tashkent Zoo is celebrating its 90 years. It was opened in late October 1924 on the base of a private menagerie. The three hectare territory was a house for 23 animal species, basically representatives of local fauna.

In 1997, the zoo got a new place next to the Botanical Garden far from the urban noise. Animals received spacious enclosures, comfortable covered pavilions, as well as big artificial lake, and many recreation grounds for visitors. 

Conditions meeting international standards of animal management are getting created in the zoo, old enclosures repaired and new ones built. Currently, the zoo has 373 animal species. The aquarium is rich in salt-water and fresh-water fishes from all cross the world.

Many of unique, rare and exotic animals successfully breed in the zoo, providing the opportunity to acquire new species, and widening the species composition. Those include the Bennett’s kangaroo, aoudads, pig-tailed monkeys, maras, tigers, lions, and many others. In exchange for their breeds the zoo has acquired pumas, loris, amazon parrots, jeweled lizards, and others.  

Initiated by President Islam Karimov, aninternational conference “Cooperation in the Region of the Aral Sea Basin to Alleviate the Impact of the Environmental Catastrophe” took place on October 28-29 in the city of Urgench.
The forum seeks to mobilize the efforts of the world community to implement programs and projects dedicated to improving the environmental and socio-economic situation in the region of the Aral Sea and to boosting the international cooperation to weather the negative repercussions of the ecological disaster.
It was attended by officials of 24 prominent international and regional organizations, financial institutions, among them being the United Nations, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the UN Regional Center for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia, the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Center, the Asian Development Bank, the Islamic Development Bank, the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, as well as scientists and experts in the fields of environmental sciences, climate change, water resources management from 26 nations, including Austria, Hungary, Germany, Spain, China, Latvia, Malaysia, the United States, France, Switzerland, South Korea, Japan among others.

Today Urgench launched the "Development of cooperation in the region of the Aral sea basin to mitigate the consequences of an ecological catastrophe" international conference.

The event brought together experts from over 25 countries. Its main goal is to mobilize resources and efforts of the international community for the implementation of practical actions to implement programs and projects aimed at improving environmental and socio-economic situation in the Aral sea basin region, as well as ensuring the further development of international cooperation to reduce the negative consequences of the ecological catastrophe.

Undoubtedly, the results of the conference will form a new vision and understanding of the international community of the Aral sea tragedy, to develop concrete proposals for improving the environmental situation.

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