Nairobi hosts the session of the United Nations Environment Assembly

UZA News

The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6) is currently taking place in Nairobi, Kenya, from February 26 to March 1. The event is being attended by a delegation from Uzbekistan, led by the Minister of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Change Aziz Abdukhakimov. According to the Ministry of Ecology, Environmental Protection and Climate Change of Uzbekistan, the focus of UNEA-6 is on addressing the triple planetary climate change crisis, loss of biodiversity and natural environment, environmental pollution, and waste management. The five-day program includes plenary sessions, side events, press conferences, and high-level dialogues on important issues such as human mobility in the face of climate change, environmental pollution, and biodiversity loss. During the event, Mr. Abdukhakimov will also hold meetings with other participants to strengthen cooperation in environmental protection and prevent biodiversity loss. According to the official UN portal, the forum is being attended by over 70 ministers and three thousand members of national delegations. The political leaders will discuss 20 draft resolutions that focus on improving air quality, tackling climate change, limiting chemical pollution, combating desertification, and ending biodiversity loss. Aziza Alimova, UzA.

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