INTERSTATE, INTER-SECTORAL SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL INTEGRATION
With the establishment of the independent states on the territory of Central Asia, water allocation issues have undergone a significant change, moving from the internal affairs category to become an interstate problem of an economic and political nature. It should be added that water resources use issues acquire acute urgency due to population growth in the region and an increase in anthropogenic pressure on the environment. The Republic of Tajikistan, being a Party to the Agreement between Central Asian states on cooperation in the field of water resources use concluded in Almaty in 1992, advocates their further development and harmonisation.
KeywordsIntegrate Water Resource Management Water Resource Management System Central Asian State Interstate Water Practical Integration
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