Islamabad, 14 March 2023 (TDI): Tajikistan Embassy in Pakistan held a joint briefing with the Netherlands to highlight the upcoming United Nations Water Conference.

Tajik Ambassador Ismatullo Nasredin emphasized the significance of the United Nations (UN) Conference during the session.

The summit will be led by the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon, and the King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

During the discussion, Hassan Nasir Jamy, Federal Secretary of Pakistan’s Ministry of Water Resources, expressed Pakistan’s perspective. He underlined the value of water resources and their appropriate management.

Hassan noted that Pakistan has consistently been dedicated to fostering regional and international collaboration in water resources.

He stated that Pakistan looks forward to attending the conference and sharing its expertise, insights, and best practices with other countries.

Officials from foreign affairs, water resources, the diplomatic corps, the United Nations headquarters in Islamabad, experts, journalists, and Pakistani media outlets attended the briefing.

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At this meeting, stakeholders had an excellent opportunity to discuss and develop information about the challenges of managing water resources and potential solutions.

The joint briefing successfully stressed the importance of the impending United Nations Water Conference. Additionally, it emphasized the commitment of Pakistan, Tajikistan, and the Netherlands to discover a comprehensive solution to the water crisis.

The involvement of several stakeholders demonstrated their dedication to addressing the difficulties in managing water resources and advancing sustainable development.

United Nations Water Conference 2023

The United Nations Conference on the Midterm Comprehensive Assessment of the Implementation of the Goals of the International Decade for Action, “Water for Sustainable Development,” will be held in New York from 22-24 March 2023.

The conference will be chaired by Tajikistan and Netherlands. It will assess and evaluate performance against the International Decade for Action targets on “Water for Sustainable Development,” which began in 2018 and will end in 2028.

The UN water symposium is crucial in light of the global water crisis and the need to advance sustainable water management methods.

The conference is anticipated to serve as a forum for international collaboration and discussion on sustainable water management. It will ultimately assist in accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.