BISHKEK, October 7 (Kabar). OSCE officials provided support and guidance during a meeting
of government officials and experts from
The Chu and Talas Commission, which was established in 2006 with the support of the OSCE, was created as part of an agreement that provides for the two countries' sharing of the water in the Chu and
and transparent management of trans-boundary water resources is a tool to
eliminate potential tensions among Central Asian states. The excellent
The Office of
the Coordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities and the UN
Economic Commission for
Participants in today's meeting discussed what has been done since the last meeting, held in Bishkek in February 2009, forthcoming activities and a possible update to the 2000 bilateral agreement on water sharing.
The support for the Commission's work forms part of the OSCE's work to help participating States to strengthen dialogue and cooperation on water management.