Caspian country’s ecologists to meet in Ashkhabad till late May 2006

Society Materials 7 November 2005 18:38 (UTC +04:00)

“At the conference on stable development of the littoral zone of the Caspian Sea in Almati the ecologists of the Caspian countries made a decision to hold regional consultative group in Ashkhabad from April to May 2006,” Amir Aliyev, the head of the Hydrometeorology Center under the Ecology and Natural Resources Ministry, told Trend.

The consultative group was established within the action plan implemented in the Caspian countries.

According to Aliyev, the Ashkhabad meeting will discuss the analysis of the territories under the risks of flood and desertification.

During the meeting in Almati the ecologists decided to study interconnection between fluctuation of the level of the Caspian Sea and environment. The ecologists delivered reports on the state of the shore landscape, problems and their solution.

Attending the event organized by the Caspian Ecologic Program were representatives of the 4 Caspian countries Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.