New York, 27 March 2023 (TDI): The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan, Sirojiddin Muhriddin, attended the fifth Interactive Dialogue on the International Water Action Decade.

The United States (US) and Singapore organized the joint session. Its primary objectives were to discuss the sustainable utilization of water resources and accomplish Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Foreign Minister reiterated Tajikistan’s commitment to the International Water Action Decade. In his remarks, he stressed the significance of ensuring everyone can access clean water and sanitation.

Muhriddin mentioned the Water Action Decade as an instrument for evaluating development that offers an exceptional framework for attaining these goals.

In his speech, he highlighted the Dushanbe Water Process as a mechanism for implementing the 2023 UN Water Conference pledges.

Tajikistan is one of the world’s few water-rich countries. It can develop into a regional hub for energy and water. Due to its strategic location in the area, the country is an essential pillar in developing global water governance.

Tajikistan’s abundant water resources, particularly the availability of the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers, have been instrumental in the country’s economic and social development.

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Tajikistan initiated the Dushanbe Water Process to leverage this advantage by encouraging international collaboration and dialogue to better global water management.

The project seeks to simplify the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals related to water resources by sharing best practices and experiences in water management.

The United Nations Water Conference 2023

The United Nations Conference on the Midterm Comprehensive Evaluation of the Goals of the International Decade for Action, “Water for Sustainable Development,” was held in New York.

Tajikistan and the Netherlands jointly served as conference chairs. The principal objective was to promote sustainable water management practices and develop answers to the global water crisis.

The forum serves as a platform for global collaboration and debate. It analyzed and assessed progress toward the agendas of the International Decade for Action on Water.

The UN-Water Symposium addressed some of the most pressing problems relating to pollution, a scarcity of freshwater resources, and the need to advance sustainable water management approaches.

It focused on implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Furthermore, it stressed the value of teamwork in pursuing these objectives.

The conference brought together worldwide experts to discuss strategies to ensure water security, conserve ecosystems, and advance sustainable development.

The forum featured innovative technology, methods, and practices to address global water challenges. The UN-Water Symposium marked a significant step forward in the quest for sustainable water management.

The conference acknowledged the critical need for global action and cooperation to ensure the sustainable use of water resources for future generations.

The meeting provided a venue for stakeholders to share their expertise and insights, allowing them to collaborate toward a mutual goal.