BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 2
By Ilkin Seyfaddini – Trend:
The representative office of German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ) in Uzbekistan has allocated $30.4 million to support 'My garden in the Aral Sea' project, Trend reports citing Dunyo News Agency.
This agro- and ecotourism project, aimed at eliminating the consequences of the drying up of the Aral Sea and increasing the number of tourists, was launched with the financing of the Foundation for support of innovative development under the Ministry of Innovative Development of Uzbekistan.
“International and local investors are being attracted to support the project. More than 900 ornamental and fruit trees have already been planted on the territory of Aral Sea. Due to the financial support of GIZ, more than 3,000 seedlings of desert plants will be planted in the Aral Sea region,” the message said.
The organizers invite everyone to participate in the project. They emphasize that each donation will contribute to the improvement of ecological condition and prosperity of the region, will have a positive impact on the health of millions of Aral Sea region inhabitants.
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