The Embassy passes the information below to conduct the tender for car for sale:
Venue: Tajikistan Embassy in the United Kingdom, 26-28 Hammersmith Grove, London, W6 7BA
Time: Wednesday, October 14, 2015, time 11.00 a.m.
Deadline for submission of the documents: Monday, October 12, 2015
Starting Price: £ 1050.00
Requested documents: copy of passport for individuals, Charter for companies. Duly signed proposal with the name, address and price for below vehicle. Proposals should be submitted in sealed envelope.
Vehicle: Vauxhall 1.8i
MOT: March 2016
Full service history.
of the Republic of Tajikistan
on Priority Issues
of the Agenda of the 70th session of the UNGA
1. The forthcoming UNGA 70th session is called upon to become an important milestone in consolidation of actions undertaken by the UN member states on maintaining international security and sustainable development. The United Nations is the most reputable universal international organization, and it remains the central platform for achieving consensus on international security and development, for coordinating collective efforts of the international community at addressing global challenges and threats of the new generation. The basic norms and principles of the UN Charter continue to be of fundamental significance for intergovernmental relations.
2. It is not possible to address new issues without strengthening and reforming the UN system. The comprehensive reform of the UN should contribute to strengthening and enhancing of its effectiveness, so that the UN could timely and adequately respond to the developments around the world, and to efficiently address today’s challenges and threats. The principles for the UN reform should be in harmony with the UN Charter principles and goals. We support the constructive discussions, within the framework of the Ad Hoc Working Group, on revitalization of the work of the General Assembly (AHWG), aimed at searching for ways of enhancing the role and efficiency of the GA. The reform of the Security Council is an integral part of the comprehensive reform of the UN. We call for an equitable representation in the Security Council and enlargement of its membership in both categories. We are interested in a broad and equitable representation of interests of developing countries during the SC reform.
3.The UN plays the central role in the organization of a timely and coordinated response to conflicts in the world and regions. The success of actions in the sphere of prevention and settlement of conflicts depends on efficient use of tools of preventive diplomacy and mediation, concerted search for diplomatic and peaceful ways of resolving crises and disputes, broadening of interaction and partnership with regional and subregional organizations. Measures on post conflict rehabilitation should include a qualitative interaction with the host governments, reinforcement of national potential and government institutions, introduction of effective mechanisms of mobilization and coordination of external resources, real assistance in rehabilitating the foundation and infrastructures for development, and addressing economic and social issues. The UN peacemaking activities, including peacekeeping operations and special political missions , are vital tools for maintenance of peace and security, settlement of conflicts, and post-conflict rehabilitation. Taking into account the ever-increasing needs in peacemaking 2
activities, we would increase the participation of the Tajikistan police officers in the UN peacekeeping operations.
4.Stable peace in the Middle East can be achieved only through a decision based on peaceful coexistence of two independent states, Palestine and Israel. We support the willingness of Palestine to take its place in the national community as a full-fledged member. We stand for a speedy resumption of negotiations between the State of Palestine and Israel.
5. We support the efforts of Afghanistan at building up and reinforcing the progress in addressing the issues of the transit period, strengthening of the national dialogue and reconciliation. We call for expanding a targeted assistance to Afghanistan aimed at economic rehabilitation, strengthening of the social sphere and creation of new jobs in the country.
Involvement of Afghanistan into the process of a multifaceted regional cooperation is key for success of the efforts undertaken by the international community. We are willing to take part in the rehabilitation of the social and economic infrastructure of Afghanistan through connecting the transport arteries of our two countries, creating an “energy bridge” CASA1000, providing the Afghan population with essential commodities and training specialists.
6. Strengthening of multilateral mechanisms of control over weapons, disarmament and non-proliferation is key to maintaining global security and stability. Establishment of nuclear free zones is an important component of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, expanding of cooperation on peaceful use of nuclear energy, and strengthening of regional and international peace and security. We emphasize the importance of acceleration of ratification of the Protocol to the Central Asian Nuclear- Weapon-Free-Zone Treaty (CANWFZ) signed on May 6, 2014 at the margins of the NPT PrepCom Conference. We call for a speedy enforcement of the Comprehensive Nuclear- Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT).
7. We attach importance to the efficient implementation of the Convention on the prohibition of the use, stockpiling, production and transfer of anti-personal mines and on their destruction (the Ottawa Convention). We actively call for Central Asia free from mines threat and strengthening of cooperation in the field of humanitarian demining.
8. The response to the ever-increasing threat of terrorism and extremism, the global challenge of today, should be comprehensive, with the UN as a coordinator. The UN global counter terrorism strategy, the UNGA and UNSC resolutions, and UN counterterrorism conventions form the backbone of joint fight against terrorism. The efforts should be focused on elimination of military infrastructure of international terrorism and blockage of the channels of its political, military and financial support, prevention of use of Internet for radicalization of moods, for recruiting and propaganda of extremism and violence.
Regional organizations play an important role in combating terrorism and extremism. We call for expanding the cooperation between the UN CTC and regional organizations, including OSCE, SCO, CSTO and CIS.
9. Prevention of illicit drug trafficking that has turned into a breeding ground for terrorism and organized crime, requires joint and coordinated actions of the part of the entire international community. During the period of its membership in the UN Commission on 3
Narcotic Drugs Tajikistan will focus its efforts on broadening efficient interaction and cooperation on combating the increase of global narcotic threat.
The forthcoming UNGA Special session on the world drugs problem in April 2016 is expected to provide a unique opportunity for searching for new and additional ways of strengthening of cooperation on combating the roots of drug problems and dealing with their consequences. In this context, in May 2015 there was held a High level International conference on consolidation of efforts of the international counterdrug cooperation. We do hope that the participants of UNGA Special session on the world drugs problem will support the initiative of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan to declare the years 2016-2020 as “A Five year Period for Global Measures on Preventing Drug Abuse and Promotion of Healthy Lifestyle”.
10. Accelerated spread of information and communication technologies (ICT) not only provides broad opportunities for development but also poses new and complex problems in the field of security. We support the activities of the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security. We believe that the efforts should be aimed at preventing ill-intended use of ICT, expanding of information exchange and mutual support in preventing illegal actions involving use of ICT, and also at strengthening of measures of confidence, cooperation and capacity building.
11. The WSIS + 10 review High-level meeting to be held in December 2015 is an important milestone for discussions of the role of ICT in achieving sustainable development. Our hope is that alongside with this subject, the meeting will focus on bridging the digital divide and setting up information and communication infrastructures, strengthening of confidence and security, and preservation of cultural and linguistic diversity.
12. The UN Human Rights Council (HRC) is a central forum for streamlining a dialogue and cooperation in the field of promotion and protection of human rights. The main priorities pursued by Tajikistan in HRC are strengthening of international mechanisms of human rights protection, bona fide enforcement of the commitments undertaken in this area, expanding of multilateral cooperation in the field of promotion and protection of human rights. We support the continuation of a constructive dialogue within the implementation of second cycle of the Universal Periodic Review.
13. We condemn all forms of discrimination, in particular, racism, xenophobia and related intolerance that ignores human rights and insults human faith, dignity, culture, nationality and other human values. We support comprehensive implementation of and the follow-up to the Durban Declaration and Program of Action.
14. We note the central role of the UN in combating human trafficking, which turned into one of the worst forms of violation of human rights and freedoms. More attention should be paid to the strategies aimed at protection and rehabilitation of victims of human trafficking. Setting up regional and international mechanisms of cooperation to combat human trafficking is an important component in the struggle against this evil. We participate in the work of the Group of Friends United against human trafficking.
15. The UN Commission on the Status of Women is the main intergovernmental forum for promotion of gender equality, empowerment of women and increasing their participation in all spheres of life. The 60th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women provides a timely opportunity for discussing the ways of active and creative involvement of 4
women in the process of achieving sustainable development, promoting equality and eliminating all forms of violence against women.
16. The central event of the forthcoming UNGA will become the UN Summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda, to be held on 25-27 September 2015. We hope that the Summit will sum up the progress achieved during the intergovernmental process of development of the post-2015 development agenda and will adopt a new program of action for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
The main goals and most important prerequisites to sustainable development are as follows:
eradication of poverty and inequality, promotion and introduction of sustainable models of production and consumption, protection and rational use of natural resources, promotion of sustainable economic growth and social integration, creation of employment opportunities and dignified jobs for everyone.
17. The plans and programs of action in the field of sustainable development should be reinforced by adequate means of implementation, in particular, by mobilization of additional financial recourses, reduction of burden of external debts, expanding of technology transfers and reinforcement of national capacity. In this regard, efficient implementation of the decisions of the Third International conference on financing for development (Addis Ababa, July 13-16, 2015) acquires special importance. It is obvious that the new conditions and realities require renewal and optimization of global partnership for sustainable development.
18. The High Level Political Forum on sustainable development is called to become an effective and universal platform for a regular and constructive dialogue and review of progress in the implementation of the SDGs, and for development and coordination of subsequent actions on achieving sustainable development.
19. The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is the central intergovernmental forum for consideration of social, economic and ecological issues of the UN agenda. We have been actively participating in the following ECOSOC subsidiary bodies: Commission on Narcotic Drugs and Commission on the Status of Women. Tajikistan is willing to make its contribution to the implementation of the newpost-2015 program of action. In this regard, the Government of Tajikistan made a decision to nominate, for the first time, its candidature for membership in the ECOSOC for the term of 2017-2019 at the elections to be held in spring 2016. We do count on the support of the Tajikistan’s candidature to the ECOSOC.
20. Access to modern and cost efficient energy services is key to achieving sustainable development. We believe it is essential to intensify the efforts of the UNGA and ECOSOC, and “UN-Energy” at providing a wide access to energy. Tajikistan actively supports the initiative of the UN Secretary-General “Sustainable energy for all” and an International Decade of sustainable energy for all, 2014-2024.
21. Lack of access to sea complicates integration of land locked developing countries (LLDC) into the system of multilateral trade and has a negative impact on other aspects of sustainable development. We call for the provision of a regime of preferential treatment in trade to LLDCs. We call for elimination of all artificial and economically unsubstantiated 5
barriers and obstacles in transport and communications that do not contribute to development and strengthening of cooperation and partnership.
22. Climate change is a serious and complex challenge that undermines the efforts of the international community at achieving sustainable development. The response to this challenge should be timely and coordinated and should be based on short- and long-term measures. It is essential to strengthen the existing financial mechanisms and create effective mechanisms for technology transfer and promotion of development of developing countries capacity for adaptation to climate change. We reiterate the importance of continuation of the intergovernmental talks within the UNFCCC and support the efforts of the parties at reaching agreement on international legally binding document by the end of this year.
23.Climate change also brings about natural disasters, whose intensity and frequency have been increasing, which seriously affect the achievement of sustainable development. It is necessary to strengthen, under the UN coordination, the cooperation on risks reduction and mitigation of consequences of natural disasters. We attach particular importance to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, which is called upon to promote improvement of systems of early warning, to increase investments in programs on natural disasters risk reduction and to render financial support to developing countries.
24.2015 is the final year of the International Decade of Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015”. The participants of the High-level events, held in accordance with UNGA resolution 69/215, noted the progress made in the implementation of the Decade, called to intensify the efforts at the implementation of the SDGs, to improve coordination of actions undertaken by member states, international and regional organizations, and to broaden water cooperation and diplomacy. In addition, the High-level International Conference on the Implementation of the International Decade held in Dushanbe on 9-10 June2015 recommended considering the ways of preparation and declaration of a new international decade to promote a timely and full achievement of the SDGs.
25.We support the First World Humanitarian Summit to be held in Istanbul on May 23-24, 2016. We expect that the Summit will become the main platform for a constructive discussion of ways for improving and enhancing humanitarian activities, reduction vulnerability, and other urgent aspects of the UN humanitarian agenda. In this regard, in Dushanbe on July 28-30 there was held a regional consultation for the countries of Central Asia and South Asia on preparation for the forthcoming humanitarian Summit. Our hope is that the recommendations developed during this consultation will be a constructive contribution to the discussions at the forthcoming humanitarian Summit.
On June 8 the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan in London presented to the British Museum a collection of ethnographic artefacts from Tajikistan.
The representatives of Tajikistan Embassy met with the Director of the British Museum Mr. Neil MacGregor who extended his gratitude for this valuable contribution.
The project has been implemented following the initiative of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan Sirojidin Aslov made during his visit to the British Museum in July 2014.
The collection was gathered with the help of contribution of the Ambassador of Tajikistan in Great Britain H.E. Mr.Erkin Kasymov. Considerable contribution has also been made by the Trade Representative of Tajikistan in the UK Mr.Sakhibov Shamsullo.
The collection includes traditional textiles, musical instruments, ancient everyday household utensils, kundal panels, jewellery and miniatures of famous Tajik masters. Some of the items dated back to the 18-19 centuries.
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On June 25 the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan in London organized a round table on the outcomes of High-Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015.
The Ambassador of Tajikistan in the UK gave an overview on the main results of the Conference, outlined provisions of Dushanbe Declaration adopted in the Conference and spoke about the initiative of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan on new Decade for Actions “Water for Sustainable Development”.
Second Secretary of the Embassy reviewed in his presentation global water initiatives of Tajikistan implemented during last decades. Along with actions of Tajikistan on international level, special focus has been given to the role of the country in regional water cooperation.
Mr.Richard Taylor, Chief Executive of International Hydropower Association then talked on climate change and sustainable development. Mr.Taylor provided detailed analysis of impact of climate change on preservation of the water resources and energy generation by hydro power stations.
At the end participants discussed the related topics of the meeting and highly evaluated the outcomes of the Conference and the role of Tajikistan in promoting international water agenda.
The event was attended by the representatives of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, embassies accredited in London, experts and media.
On June 9 the Embassy of the Republic of Tajikistan in London in collaboration with "British Expertise International" - the leading UK private sector organisation for British companies, held a seminar for the UK business community.
The main purpose of the event was introduction of a new Double Taxation Agreement (DTA) between Tajikistan and the UK, presentation of the investment opportunities in Tajikistan, implementation of DFID projects and programs in the country and review of the EuropeAid project, Development of the Fruit & Vegetable Processing Industry in Tajikistan & Kyrgyzstan.
The Ambassador of Tajikistan in the United Kingdom (UK) H.E. Mr. Erkin Kasymov welcomed participants and gave an overview on bilateral trade and economic relations between two countries. He also talked on the new opportunities for the companies arising in connection with Tajikistan-UK DTA.
Second Secretary of Tajikistan Embassy, Mr.Asliddin Rakhmatov presented in details wider benefits and advantages for the UK companies following from the DTA provisions.
Head of “Astelios Ltd.” Mr.Muboriz Muborakshoev then talked on investment opportunities in Tajikistan based on good practices of some international companies working at Tajikistan market.
Ms.Emily Grey, Policy Officer for Central Asia of the UK Department for International Development talked about the DFID programme, which focuses on encouraging good governance and
Finally Nigel Peters, Director of “British Expertise International” summarised the EuropeAid project, Development of the Fruit & Vegetable Processing Industry in Tajikistan & Kyrgyzstan.
The event was attended by the representatives of the UK Government, more than 30 companies, public organizations and media.
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TEXT OF TAJIKISTAN-UK DOUBLE TAXATION AGREEMENT IS AVAILABLE AT THE LINK BELOW
Participation of the UN Secretary-General at the High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015
On 20 May 2015 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan there was held a briefing for the heads and representatives of the diplomatic missions and international organization accredited in Dushanbe during which it was informed that Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, the UN Secretary-General would participate at the High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 to be held on 9-11 June 2015 in Dushanbe.
It was particularly highlighted that the participation of the UN Secretary-General at the Dushanbe Conference confirms the importance of this international event for the United Nations and the entire international community, especially in light of the development and adoption of sustainable development goals, one of which is sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
The High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 will be held in accordance with the UN General Assembly resolution of 19 December 2014, entitled “International Decade for Action, “Water for Life”, 2005–2015, and further efforts to achieve the sustainable development of water resources.”
The primary objective of the Conference is a comprehensive discussion of the issues of implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015, which will later play a crucial role in conducting a comprehensive review of the implementation of the International Decade by raising the awareness of the wider international community about its results.
With a view of successful holding of the Conference, the National Preparatory Committee, chaired by the Prime Minister of Tajikistan, a Working group, consisting of the representatives of ministries and agencies, as well as the Secretariat of the Conference are continuing the work to attract UN Member States, international and regional organizations, basin organizations, the private sector and other stakeholders to actively participate in the Conference.
The Conference programme consists of two high-level plenary session, two thematic sessions on the implementation of the Decade, six high-level round tables, four pre-conference events on such themes as "Water and children", "Water and Women", "Water and least developed countries and small island developing states” and "Water and mountainous countries". The pre-conference events will be hold on 8 June 2015 in the National Library building.
Regarding the participation in the work of the Conference it is worth mentioning that as of today the Conference secretariat has received confirmation of participation of about 72 delegations of the UN Member States, including at the level of prime minister, deputy prime ministers, as well as foreign ministers and ministers of water resources and irrigation of the UN member states.
Among other institutions and specialized agencies of the United Nations as of today such organizations as Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), UNESCO, the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), UN-Water, UN-Women, UNEP, UNU, UN-HABITAT, ISDR, etc. have confirmed their participation.
There are confirmations of participation of the UN Regional Commissions – UNECE, UNECA and UNESCAP.
From the international and regional financial institutions the World Bank, the Islamic Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Eurasian Development Bank will participate at the Conference.
Thus, today more than 50 international and regional organizations have already confirmed their participation at the Conference.
The total number of registered participants for today is about 750 people representing all regions of the world.
The Dushanbe Conference will provide a unique opportunity for all stakeholders to exchange views, knowledge, achievements and practices for the implementation of the International Decade, the difficulties and challenges in the implementation of the decade, and, at the same time, will develop key recommendations for the next steps for post 2015 period.
On May 9, 2015 wreath laying ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the WWII Victory Day took place at the Soviet War Memorial in the Imperial War Museum in London.
The event was attended by Soviet and British veterans, Ambassadors of the CIS countries in London, UK officials, compatriots from CIS countries.
The ceremony was followed by a reception organized by the Embassies of CIS countries in London where national food was offered to veterans and guests of the event.
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by the President of the Republic of Tajikistan His Excellency Mr. Emomali Rahmon
at the 7th World Water Forum
(12 April 2015, Daegu, Republic of Korea)
Dear Mr. Chairman,
Dear participants of the Forum,
Ladies and gentlemen,
First of all, let me express my sincere gratitude to the Government of the Republic of Korea for invitation to participate in such an important global water event as well as for creation of excellent conditions, and kind hospitality.
The theme of the current Forum – “Water for our future”, undoubtedly, is in sync with the time and corresponds to the existing global tendencies for defining our future actions for the post-2015 period, in which water resources should be given a strategic place.
Tajikistan is the initiator of a number of vital “water” resolutions of the UN General Assembly, and two initiatives – the International Decade for Action "Water for Life", 2005-2015 and the International Year of Water Cooperation, 2013 – were declared by me for the first time at the water forums – at the 3rd Forum in Kyoto and within the framework of the 5th Forum in Istanbul.
I am confident that the current Forum will also become a platform for new initiatives and ideas, aimed at solving water problems for our common safe future.
Dear participants of the Forum,
Certain progress has been achieved in the framework of the Millennium Development Goals, nevertheless the modern global challenges suggest hardly optimistic expectations. According to the World Water Development Report presented in March of this year already in 2030 more than 40% of the world population will face water shortage, and in 2050, when the world population exceeds 9.0 billion, water shortage will be felt even more intensely.
We share the view that it is necessary to implement urgent steps directed at the real actions. The analysis shows that our actions are mostly oriented on investments in the so called “soft” components, while the main role in this process is played by infrastructural projects.
Another important moment of our future actions should be orientation on the “green” growth, where water resources as a renewable energy source also should occupy an important place. Today the share of hydropower makes up abound 20% of the world’s electric energy production, while only about 45% of the economically profitable hydropower potential is used. At the same time 1.3 billion people in the world do not have access to electric energy and about 2.6 billion people use solid fuel (biomass) to prepare food.
Agriculture nowadays consumes about 70% of the world’s exploited amount of freshwater and in the developing countries this indicator reaches 90%. By 2050 agriculture is supposed to produce more than 60% of the world food stock, in developing countries – 100%. Inefficient use of water in agriculture has already led to salinization of 20% of world’s irrigable land.
An effective approach in his case is the “water-energy-food security nexus” that ensures the balanced account of interests of all important sectors.
Application of this approach undoubtedly creates a strong basis for ensuring the adequate water cooperation not only at the cross-sectoral level but also at the transboundary river basins. It is necessary to state that among existing 263 transboundary watercourses in 158 of them there are still remaining difficulties in defining concrete mechanisms for cooperative management and their realization.
Important measure for achieving water goals is sustainable financing. Unfortunately, financial and economic crises of the resent years undermine the countries’ efforts to provide relevant funding of the water sector. In this case creation of different national, regional and global funds and other initiatives for improvements in funding of the water sector are timely for assisting developing countries, including the least developed countries and the small island states, in addressing these issues.
Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen,
Tajikistan occupies a leading position in the world in possession of water resources per capita. Around 60% of water resources in Central Asia are formed in the territory of the country.
However, deficiency of advanced infrastructure and limited financial capacity do not allow to fully use the water resources for the benefit of the economy of the country.
Despite the sufficient water resources today only 57% of the population of the country has access to the safe sources of fresh water and about 30% – to improved sanitation. The problem is particularly serious in rural areas where the fresh water supply makes up only about 40%, and improved sanitation – no more than 10%.
A serious problem for Tajikistan, where 93% of the territory are occupied by mountains, are water related natural disasters. Mudflows, landslide and floods annually cause great damage to the country’s economy, and sometimes, unfortunately, human casualties. For instance, for the last 5 years the total damage from floods in Tajikistan exceeded hundreds of millions of US dollars.
Another important challenge influencing the water resources is climate change that leads to intensive melting of glaciers. According to the experts, in the 20th century Tajikistan had lost more than 30% of the volume of its glaciers. An object of such concern is one of the World’s largest glaciers – the Fedchenko glacier situated in the center of Pamirs – which had retreated by 400 meters losing about 15 cubic km of its volume.
For ensuring its sustainable development Tajikistan, among other important tasks, has defined 3 top priorities: achievement of food security, energy security and overcoming the communication isolation. Achievement of food and energy security depends on the rational use of water and energy resources of the country, the increase of efficiency of existing systems and application of modern technologies in the water and energy sectors.
The achievement of sustainable development in Tajikistan is possible only through the rational development and use of water and energy resources and relevant financing of these sectors in the country.
Distinguished participants of the Forum,
I would like to draw your attention to the fact that the abovementioned water problems in Tajikistan are very typical for other countries of Central Asia as well.
High rates of population growth in the region (2.0-2.5%), as well as climate change have a negative impact on the condition of water resources and this problem is becoming more urgent from year to year.
Today natural flows of rivers in the region do not reach the Aral Sea and the economy of the region develops in conditions of increasing deficit of water. At present, the total water use is 130-150% in the Syrdarya river basin and 100-110% in the Amudarya river basin.
According to the exiting estimations the sufficiency of water supply per capita in the region would reach the critical level – less than 1.7 thousand cubic meters/year in 2030. In comparison, in 1960 this indication was about 6 thousand cubic meters/year per capita.
The next vital issue is the water supply to the agriculture. From year to year, the irrigation of more than 8.5 million ha of land in the region, in terms of variability of the hydrological cycle, increased frequency of dry years and drought, becomes more problematic. Irrigated agriculture uses more than 90% of the region's water resources, and accordingly, the consequences of climate change to water resources would be tangible in this very sector.
In this conditions, the rational use of water resources, especially through introduction of water-saving technologies, modernization of irrigation and drainage systems, new approaches for irrigation, adequate accounting of water resources, development and implementation of other adaptation measures are of vital importance.
Another problem that emerges from year to year is the issue of electric power supply in Central Asian countries. Despite the huge potential, especially renewable hydropower resources, some countries in the region in wintertime face electricity shortage. While existing hydropower potential of the region can cover by 3-4 times more the needs of the region in electric power, the share of hydropower in the total production is only about 25%. In this case, the existing hydropower is used only by 10%. For example, in Europe, this figure is about 70%, and in Switzerland - 90%.
In our opinion, the integrated approach in solving the issues of water and energy supply and food security is timely in our region. This approach contributes to the rational use of natural resources, considerable decrease in emission of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, as well as to the “green” growth directed at the use of renewable energy sources.
Only mutually beneficial cooperation in terms of rational use of water resources will provide sustainable water supply to the population and countries of the region, improving the environment. It will also allow the countries of the region to have additional economic benefits, the volume of which, according to some estimation, would make up to 5% of regional GDP.
Dear members of Forum
This year the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 is being completed and in this regard it is necessary to conduct comprehensive assessment of the actions implemented during the decade, define the difficulties and problems in the process of implementation of the Decade’s goals, as well as plan the further actions in the post 2015 period.
Undoubtedly, the implementation of the International Decade for Actions “Water for Life” contributed to consolidation of our joint efforts at the local, national, regional and international levels in order to enhance measures in achievements of the water related goals.
However, the modern global challenges and threats, including the population growth, climate change, increase of natural hydro meteorological phenomena, water shortage and its low quality significantly influencing the poverty level, the increase of infectious diseases, child and maternal mortality, still require the mobilization of our efforts and relevant measures.
Therefore, today I would like to propose to announce the Second International Decade of Action under the motto “Water for Sustainable Development”. I am confident that by announcing of this decade of action the world community will continue the implementation of the indicated measures within the framework of the International Decade “Water for life”, enriching it with new measures and efforts for achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. We count on the support of this proposal by the International community.
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
To conclude, I would like to remind that according to the UN General Assembly resolution entitled “International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 and further efforts to achieve sustainable development of water resources” adopted last year in December, there will be held a High-Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade on 9-11 June 2015 in Dushanbe.
I believe that in the framework of the Dushanbe Conference with participation of the representatives of the UN member states, regional and international organizations, as well as NGOs and the private sector there will be conducted a comprehensive assessment of the implementation of the International Decade “Water for Life” and outlined the next steps for the achievement of sustainable development in the field of water resources.
Taking this opportunity, once again, on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan I would like to invite all interested parties to participate in this international event and contribute to its success.
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High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015
On 19 December 2014 the UNGA has adopted a resolution (A/RES/69/215) entitled “International Decade for Action, "Water for Life", 2005-2015, and further efforts to achieve the sustainable development of water resources” calling upon member countries, UN system institutions, including the “UN-Water” and other organizations to comprehensively evaluate progress achieved in the implementation of the Decade and continue taking steps for achieving internationally agreed water-related goals, including those indicated in the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference, entitled “The future we want”.
The resolutionas the previous water related initiatives of Tajikistan has found wide support at the UN General Assembly and more than fifty UN Member States, including Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, China, Croatia, Cuba, Eritrea, Finland, Georgia, Haiti, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Senegal, Seychelles, Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Switzerland, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Togo, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Venezuela, Yemen have become the co-sponsors of the resolution. The adoption of the resolutionby consensusreaffirmsthe factthat waterinitiativesby Tajikistanare of global importanceand are widely supportedby the UN Member States.
The resolution implies the convening of the two important events:High-level interactive dialogue of the sixty-ninth session of the General Assembly in New York within the week after the World Water Day on 22 March, 2015; and the High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The Government of Tajikistan as the host of the latter event which is scheduled on 9-11 June, 2015 in Dushanbe, alongside with the the “UN-Water” and other UN institutions, international and regional organizations has already started its preliminary work in order to facilitate the whole process.
Thus, aimed at successfully holding the Conference, as well as developing a comprehensive Programme of the Conference with the participation of all categories of water users and decision-makers the International Steering Committee of the Conference from among the representatives of the partner countries, international and regional institutions, river basin organizations, NGOs, the private sector and other stakeholders has been established. Moreover, within the National Organizing Committee under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Tajikistan a Special working group (from all relevant ministries of Tajikistan) has been summoned to actively engage in organizational matters of the Conference.
The main goal of the Conference is a comprehensive discussion of the issues of implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015, which will later play a fundamental role in conducting comprehensive review of the implementation of the International Decade with bringing its results to the notice of wider international community.
As the international community approached the year 2015 it’s important to recall that on23 December 2003 the UNGA at its 58th session adopted the resolution A/RES/58/217. In accordance with the resolution the period 2005–2015 was declared as the “International Decade for Action, “Water for Life” (www.un.org/waterforlifedecade), the main goals of which alongside with promotion of efforts to fulfill international commitments made on water and water-related issues by the year 2015 were also the development of plans for integrated water resource management and water-use efficiency in rendering assistance to the developing countries.
Today the need for a comprehensive assessment and review of the activities carried out during this period, identification of the impediments preventing countries from implementation of the Decade goals, as well as planning of the further activities for the post 2015 period become very critical. Therefore, conducting the High Level International Conference on the implementation of the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, 2005-2015 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan (June 9-11, 2015) in this particular year is considered as a timely and effective step towards raising the awareness of the international community about the water sector trends and mobilizing efforts of the governments, UN institutions, international and non-governmental organizations, as well as other parties at all levels involved in the water problems solution.
The Conference will gather together the representatives of the UN member countries’ governments, UN institutions, international and regional organizations, international financial institutions, business communities, non-governmental organizations, civil society, as well as scientists and experts. Invitations to the UN member countries, international and regional organizations and other partners will be sent on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan and the National Organizing Committee in due course.
For more information about the Conference, visit www.waterforlifeconf2015.org or contact the Secretariat of the Conference:
Конфронси байналмилалии сатҳи баланд роҷеъ ба натиҷаҳои татбиқи Даҳсолаи байналмилалии амал “Об барои ҳаёт”, 2005-2015
9 декабри соли 2014 Маҷмаи Умумии СММ қатъномаеро (A/RES/69/215) таҳти унвони “Даҳсолаи байналмилалии амал “Об барои ҳаёт”, 2005-2015, ва талошҳои минбаъда ҷиҳати дастрасӣ ба рушди устувори захираҳои об” қабул кард, ки он аз кишварҳои аъзои СММ, сохторҳои СММ, аз ҷумла ”СММ-Об” ва дигар созмонҳо даъват ба амал овардааст, то арзёбии фарогири дастовардҳоро дар раванди татбиқи Даҳсола ва идомаи талошҳо барои расидан ба ҳадафҳои дар сатҳи байналмилалӣ ҳамоҳангшудаи марбут ба об, аз ҷумла ҳадафҳое, ки дар санади ниҳоии Конфронси Рио+20 таҳти унвони “Ояндае, ки мо мехоҳем” инъикос ёфтаанд, анҷом диҳанд.
Қатъномаи мазкур мисли ташаббусҳои пешини Тоҷикистон дар мавзӯи об дар Маҷмаи Умумии СММ дастгирии ҳамаҷониба ёфта, зиёда аз 50 кишвари узви Созмон, аз ҷумла Афғонистон, Алҷазоир, Арманистон, Австралия, Озарбойҷон, Бангладеш, Беларус, Боливия, Хитой, Хорватия, Куба, Эритрия, Финландия, Гурҷистон, Гаитӣ, Маҷористон, Ҳиндустон, Индонезия, Ҷумҳурии Исломии Эрон, Ироқ, Япония, Қазоқистон, Кувайт, Қирғизистон, Малайзия, Муғулистон, Монтенегро, Мағриб, Зеландияи Нав, Покистон, Парагвай, Филиппин, Қатар, Ҷумҳурии Корея, Ҷумҳурии Молдова, Федератсияи Россия, Сенегал, Ҷазираҳои Сейшел, Сингапур, Испания, Шри-Ланка, Судон, Швейтсария, Ҷумҳурии Сурияи Араб, Тайланд, Тимори Шарқӣ, Того, Туркманистон, Украина, Венесуэла ва Яман ҳаммуаллифи он гардиданд. Бо иттифоқи оро қабул гардидани қатъномаи мазкур ифодагари он аст, ки ташаббусҳои Тоҷикистон дар мавзӯи об аҳамияти ҷаҳонӣ дошта, мавриди таваҷҷуҳ ва пуштибонии кишварҳои аъзои Созмони Милали Муттаҳид қарор доранд.
Қатънома баргузории ду чорабинии муҳимро, аз ҷумла Муколамаи интерактивии сатҳи баланди иҷлосияи 69-уми Маҷмаи Умумии СММ дар Ню-Йорк дар давоми ҳафтаи баъди Рӯзи ҷаҳонии об (22 марти 2015) ва Конфронси байналмилалии сатҳи баланд оид ба татбиқи Даҳсолаи байналмилалии амал “Об барои ҳаёт”, 2005-2015 дар ш.Душанбе, Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон пешбинӣ менамояд. Ҳукумати Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон ба сифати кишвари мизбони чорабинии мазкур, ки баргузории он 9-11 июни 2015 дар ш.Душанбе ба нақша гирифта шудааст, дар якҷоягӣ бо “СММ-Об” ва дигар ниҳодҳои СММ, созмонҳои байналмилалӣ ва минтақавӣ корҳои муқаддамотиро барои пешбурди пурраи ин раванд аллакай оғоз намудааст.
Ҳамин тавр, бо мақсади бомувафаққият гузаронидани Конфронси мазкур, ҳамчунин таҳияи Барномаи фарогири Конфронс бо иштироки тамоми гурӯҳҳои истифодабарандаи об ва намояндагони салоҳиятдор аз байни кишварҳои шарик, муассисаҳои байналмилалӣ ва минтақавӣ, созмонҳои ҳавзаи дарёҳо, созмонҳои ғайриҳукуматӣ, бахши хусусӣ ва дигар тарафҳои манфиатдор Кумитаи байналмилалии ҳидояткунандаи Конфронс таъсис дода шудааст. Ғайр аз ин, дар доираи Кумитаи тадорукоти миллӣ таҳти раёсати Сарвазири Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон ҷиҳати иштироки фаъол дар ҳалли масъалаҳои тадорукотии Конфронс Гурӯҳи кории дахлдор ва Котибот (иборат аз намояндагони вазоратҳои дахлдори Тоҷикистон) таъсис дода шудааст.
Дар ҳоле ки ҷомеаи байналмилалӣ ба соли 2015 ворид гашт, муҳим ба ёдоварист, ки 23 декабри 2003 Маҷмаи Умумии СММ дар иҷлосияи 58-уми худ қатъномаи A/RES/58/217-ро қабул карда буд. Тибқи қатъномаи болозикр давраи солҳои 2005-2015 “Даҳсолаи байналмилалии амал “Об барои ҳаёт”, 2005-2015 эълон гардид (www.un.org/waterforlifedecade). Ҳадафи асосии он дар баробари пешбурди талошҳо ҷиҳати иҷрои тааҳҳуди байналмилалӣ дар масъалаҳои марбут ба об то соли 2015, ҳамчунин таҳияи нақшаҳо барои мудирияти муштарак ва босамари захираҳои об дар расонидани кӯмак ба кишварҳои рӯ ба рушд мебошад.
Имрӯз зарурат пеш омадааст, ки барои арзёбӣ ва бознигарии фарогири фаъолият дар ин давра, муайян намудани мамониатҳое, ки садди роҳи кишварҳо барои татбиқи ҳадафҳои Даҳсола мегарданд, ҳамчунин тарҳрезии фаъолияти минбаъда барои давраи баъд аз соли 2015 чораҳои муассир андешида шаванд. Аз ин рӯ, баргузории Конфронси байналмилалии сатҳи баланд оид ба татбиқи Даҳсолаи байналмилалии амал “Об барои ҳаёт”, 2005-2015 дар ш.Душанбе, Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон (9-11 июни 2015), ба вежа дар соли ҷорӣ, иқдоми саривақтӣ ва муассир дар самти баланд бардоштани сатҳи огаҳии ҷомеаи байналмилалӣ доир ба тамоюлҳои марбут ба об ва сафарбар кардани талошҳои ҳукуматҳо, сохторҳои СММ, созмонҳои байналмилалӣ ва ғайриҳукуматӣ, ҳамчунин дигар тарафҳои зидахл дар тамоми сатҳҳо, ки ба ҳалли масъалаҳои об машғуланд, ба ҳисоб меравад.
Конфронс намояндагони ҳукуматҳои кишварҳои аъзо, сохторҳои СММ, созмонҳои байналмилалӣ ва минтақавӣ, муассисаҳои байналмилалии молиявӣ, ҷомеаҳои соҳибкорӣ, созмонҳои ғайриҳукуматӣ, ҷомеаи маданӣ, ҳамчунин олимон ва коршиносонро ба ҳам хоҳад овард. Даъватномаҳо аз номи Ҳукумати Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон ва Кумитаи тадорукоти миллӣ ба унвони кишварҳои аъзо, созмонҳои байналмилалӣ ва минтақавӣ ва дигар шарикон тибқи тартиби муайянгардида, фиристода мешаванд.
Международная конференция высокого уровня по итогам реализации Международного десятилетия действий «Вода для жизни», 2005-2015гг.
19 декабря 2014 года Генеральная Ассамблея ООН приняла резолюцию A/RES/69/215 под названием «Международное десятилетие действий «Вода для жизни», 2005-2015гг. и дальнейшие усилия по достижению устойчивого развития водных ресурсов», призывающую страны-члены, институты системы ООН, в том числе, «ООН-Вода» и другие организации провести всеобъемлющую оценку реализации Международной декады и продолжить принятие мер для достижения согласованных на международном уровне целей по воде, включая те, что указаны в итоговом документе Конференции Рио+20 «Будущее, которое мы хотим».
Резолюция также, как и прежние водные инициативы Республики Таджикистан, была широко поддержана в рамках Генеральной Ассамблеи ООН, и более 50 стран-членов Организации, включая Азербайджан, Алжир, Армению, Австралию, Афганистан, Бангладеш, Беларусь, Боливию, Венгрию, Венесуэлу, Гаити, Грузию, Индию, Индонезию, Иран, Ирак, Испанию, Йемен, Казахстан, Катар, Китай, Кубу, Кувейт, Кыргызстан, Малайзию, Марокко, Монголию, Новую Зеландию, Пакистан, Парагвай, Республику Корея, Республику Молдова, Российскую Федерацию, Сейшельские Острова, Сенегал, Сингапур, Сирийскую Арабскую Республику, Судан, Таиланд, Тимор-Лешти, Того, Туркменистан, Украину, Филиппины, Финляндию, Хорватию, Черногорию, Швейцарию, Шри-Ланку, Эритрею, Японию выступили в качестве соавторов документа. Принятие резолюции консенсусом вновь подтвердило тот факт, что водные инициативы Таджикистана имеют глобальное значение и пользуются широкой поддержкой государств-членов ООН.
В соответствии с данной резолюцией предусмотрено проведение двух важных мероприятий международного уровня: Интерактивный диалог высокого уровня в рамках 69-й сессии Генеральной Ассамблеи ООН, намеченный к проведению в первую неделю после 22 марта 2015 года - Всемирного Дня водных ресурсов в г. Нью-Йорк, США и Международная конференция высокого уровня по реализации Международной декады в июне 2015 года в г. Душанбе, Таджикистан. Правительство Республики Таджикистан, являясь принимающей стороной второго мероприятия, которое пройдет 9-11 июня 2015 года, совместно с «ООН-Вода» и другими институтами ООН, а также международными и региональными организациями уже приступило к предварительной работе для оказания содействия общему подготовительному процессу.
В целях успешного проведения Конференции и разработки всеохватывающей программы мероприятия с участием всех категорий водопользователей и лиц, принимающих решение, был создан Международный Руководящий Комитет из числа представителей стран-партнеров, международных и региональных институтов, бассейновых речных организаций, НПО, частного сектора и других заинтересованных сторон. Кроме этого, для обеспечения активного участия Таджикистана в решении организационных вопросов Конференции в рамках Организационного Комитета под председательством Премьер-министра Республики Таджикистан была создана соответствующая Рабочая группа и Секретариат, состоящие из представителей соответствующих министерств и ведомств страны.
Основной целью Конференции является всестороннее обсуждение вопросов реализации Международного десятилетия действий «Вода для жизни», которое впоследствии сыграет важнейшую роль в проведении всеобъемлющего обзора хода выполнения Международной декады с доведением ее результатов до широкой международной общественности.
В связи с тем, что международное сообщество вступило в 2015 год, важно напомнить, что 23 декабря 2003 года Генеральная Ассамблея ООН на своей 58-й сессии приняла резолюцию A/RES/58/217, провозгласившей период 2005–2015гг. Международным десятилетием действий «Вода для жизни» (www.un.org/waterforlifedecade). Основными целями Десятилетия являлись содействие усилиям по выполнению взятых на международном уровне обязательств по вопросам воды и водоснабжения к 2015 году, а также разработка планов комплексного управления водными ресурсами и эффективного водопользования при оказании помощи развивающимся странам.
Сегодня особенно важно всесторонне оценить мероприятия, осуществленные в течение декады, выявить трудности и проблемы в реализации целей декады, а также запланировать дальнейшие действия на период после 2015 года. В связи с этим, проведение Международной конференции высокого уровня по итогам реализации Международного десятилетия действий «Вода для жизни», 2005-2015 гг. в Душанбе, Таджикистан (9-11 июня 2015 г.) в этом решающем году является своевременной и эффективной инициативой, направленной на повышение информированности мирового сообщества о тенденциях в водной сфере и мобилизации усилий правительств, учреждений ООН, международных и неправительственных организаций, а также других заинтересованных сторон в решении водных проблем.
В Конференции примут участие представители правительств государств-членов ООН, институтов ООН, международных и региональных организаций, международных финансовых институтов, деловых кругов, НПО, гражданского общества, а также ученые и эксперты. Приглашения правительствам государств-членов ООН, международным и региональным организациям, а также другим партнерам будут своевременно направлены от имени Правительства Республики Таджикистан и Национального Организационного Комитета.
Детальную информацию о Конференции можно найти на сайте www.waterforlifeconf2015.org или в Секретариате Конференции:
Адрес: Республика Таджикистан, Душанбе 734001, ул. Шероз, 33
First Announcement on High Level International Conference on the Implementation of the International Decade for Action "Water for Life", 2005-2015 is available at the following link:
17 апрели соли 2015 дар шаҳри Лондон вохӯрии Сафири Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон дар Шоҳигарии Муттаҳидаи Британияи Кабир ва Ирландияи Шимолӣ Эркин Қосимов бо шаҳрвандони Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон, ки дар Британияи Кабир таҳсил ва зиндагонӣ мекунанд доир гардид. Дар мулоқот Сафир суханронӣ карда, оид ба дастовардҳои ҷумҳурӣ дар сиёсати хоричӣ маълумоти муфассал дода, ҳозиринро ба иштироки фаъол дар чорабиниҳои муҳими сиёсию иқтисодӣ ва фарҳангӣ, ки аз ҷониби Сафорат ташкил карда мешаванд, даъват намуд.
Махсусан қайд карда шуд, ки Сафорат ба хотири фароҳам овардани шароити мусоиди фаъолияту иқомати шаҳрвандон, онҳоро аз навигариҳо ва ҷорабиниҳои муҳим тавассути почтаи электронӣ, сомонаии расмии худ ва саҳифа дар шабакаи “Фейсбук” мунтазам хабардор менамояд.
Инчунин, дар вохӯрӣ масъалаҳои таҳияи шиносномаҳои биометрӣ, ҳамроҳшавии Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон ба Конвенсияи бекоркунандаи талаботи таъйиди ҳуҷҷатҳои расмии хориҷӣ (Конвенцияи апостил), низому тартиби судури раводиди Британияи Кабир дар Маркази навтаъсиси таҳияи раводиди БК ва дигар мавзӯъҳо муҳокима шудаанд.
Дар рафти мулоқот мубодилаи судманди афкор оид ба масъалаҳои гуногун сурат гирифта, ба суолҳои ҳозирин аз ҷониби Сафир шарҳу тавзеҳи муфассал дода шуда буд.
On April 16, 2015 in London the Embassy in cooperation with Payvand Forum branch in the UK organized the launch event of the new Governing Committee of the British-Tajik Society which now gained a new name of Payvand British-Tajik Society.
The event took place at the prominent building of Art Workers’ Guild. At the main hall of the Guild lined with portraits of its famous Past Masters get together the members of Tajikistan and Persian speaking community in London, representatives of Foreign Ministry, British Museum, UK Academic Institutions, international business and public organizations, scholars and students.
The Ambassador of Tajikistan to the UK H.E. Mr.Erkin Kasymov in his opening address welcomed guests and encouraged new potential members of the Society to take active part in future plans and projects of the Society. He referred to positive experience of cooperation between the Embassy and Payvand brunch in the UK and called the new Governing Committee of the Society on active continuation of the work started before.
After Ambassador’s address the new Chairman of the Society Dr.Jalal Badakhchani delivered to the audience presentation on the history of Tajikistan, activities of Payvand International Forum and future plans of Payvand British-Tajik Society. The presentation included the newest film on the modern Tajikistan and the progress the country has made during years of independence.
The presentation was followed by intervention of Mr. Bahman Chahardelhi, Chief Executive Officer of Keyhan Publisher House. Being a great friend of Tajikistan and the first UK journalist who interviewed the President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon he shared his experience of Tajikistan and its people and confirmed his readiness always to support the country and Payvand British-Tajik Society.
Dr.Dagi Dagiev, Vice-Chairman of Payvand British-Tajik Society introduced the procedures of membership of the Society and explained the benefits and advantages for new and potential members. He also reaffirmed that the Society will put all its efforts to support and assist its members and serve to increase exchanges of the people of two countries in various fields of activity.
At the end of the event participants actively made their comments and proposals for future activities of the Society and expressed their willingness and readiness to join it as a new members.
Ба таваҷҷӯҳи шумо нуқтаҳои суханронии Президенти Ҷумҳурии Тоҷикистон мӯҳтарам Эмомалӣ Раҳмон бахшида ба Рӯзи модар ва соли оила аз 6 марти соли ҷорӣ пешниҳод менамоем.
Маълумот бо истиноди мазкур дастрас мебошад.