Renewed Charter of a Regional Ecological Centre Signed
Georgia, Tbilisi/ Trend , corr. N. Kirtskhalia/ The official ceremony on signing the renewed Charter of the Regional Ecological Centre - "Caucasus" has been signed in the head office of the Regional Ecological centre in Tbilisi. As Trend Correspondent to Tbilisi has been told in the Caucasus Environmental Protection Centre, the mentioned Charter was signed by the founders of the Centre- by representatives of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, and the EU Committee.
Amendments moved to the Charter of the Regional Ecological Centre - Caucasus envisages changes in the structure of ruling of the Organization. They were moved in accordance with the decisions taken during the meeting of the founders of the Organization held in Brussels in July, 2006. The new Executive Body of the Regional Ecological Centre - Caucasus is expected to be presented as a trio that will reflect its unique regional nature and previous achievements gained by the Organization.
Notably, the Regional Ecological Centre - Caucasus is an independent, non-political, and non-commercial fund, which was registered by the decision made by the Ministry Conference held in Sofia as far back as in 1995, in spring, 2000. The ultimate goal of the Centre is to work in the field of environmental protection and stable development in the whole Caucasian region.
Notably, in 1999, the Governments of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, and the EU signed the Charter of Regional Ecological Centre for Caucasus.
E. U. is the major donor and sponsor of the Regional Ecological Centre. The mission of the Centre lies in rendering aid in resolving ecological issues and troubles emerging in the Caucasian region through its rendering assistance to deepening cooperation both nationally and regionally