AKIPRESS.COM - Experts led by Head of the Development Strategy Center Eldor Tulyakov arrive in Sweden to study the experience of research centers of European countries and to establish cooperation with leading think tanks, UzA reported.
During the visit, it is planned to hold several meetings with politicians, members of parliament, diplomatic corps and business representatives, as well as experts of research institutes and analytical institutions, who are interested in the processes in Uzbekistan and the region.
According to the Development Strategy Center, the delegation of the Center met with CEO of Global Water Partnership Dario Soto-Abril in Stockholm on October 31.
The meeting was organized with the support of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Sweden and the Representative Office of the OSCE in Uzbekistan.
Tulyakov told Dario Soto-Abril about reforms being implemented in Uzbekistan on ecology, environmental protection, effective use of natural and water resources and raising the awareness of the general public.
Chief Executive Officer of Global Water Partnership Dario Soto-Abril spoke about the importance of effective use of water resources and its relation to socio-economic development. He stated that the organization implements various projects with more than seventy countries of the world, and added that there are also plans to launch projects with partners in Uzbekistan.
Soto-Abril expressed his full support for the reforms in Uzbekistan for environmental protection.
The CEO highlighted the foreign policy of Uzbekistan, especially the initiatives that promote the effective use of water resources at the regional level, the development of cross-border cooperation, and the development of cooperation between countries on the effective use of water.
Following the meeting, the parties agreed to implement joint projects on ecology, the environment, effective use of natural and water resources.
The sides agreed to organize various trainings aimed at improving the skills and abilities of state and non-governmental organizations, civil society institutions.