STATEMENT by H.E. Mr. Mahmadamin MAHMADAMINOV, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Tajikistan to the UN, at G77 and CHINA SUMMIT (June 14-15, 2014, Santa Cruz, Bolivia)
Your Excellency, Mr. Evo MORALES, President of Bolivia,
Distinguished Heads of Delegations,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is my great honor and privilege to extend, on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan, sincere appreciation to the leadership and Government of the Plurinational State of Bolivia a for cordial welcome and creation of an environment conducive to efficient and successful work of the G77+China Summit on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of its establishment.
On May 6 2014 in New York, the permanent representative of five nuclear powers (P5): China, France, Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom simultaneously signed Additional Protocol to the Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia with the five Central Asian countries.
By signing the additional protocol the five nuclear powers expressed their support to the efforts of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to establish a nuclear-weapon-free zone in Central Asia. As it was emphasized in the P5 representatives’ statements, the treaty serves the purposes of strengthening the international non-proliferation regime, advancing the nuclear disarmament process, and promoting peace and security in the region and beyond.
Annual address of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon to the Majlisi Oli of the Republic of Tajikistan
Another message of the President of Tajikistan to the supreme legislative body of the country is being represented in the period of preparation for the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the first Constitution of independent Tajikistan. The Constitution is the basic document that identifies future development of our independent and democratic state.
The Basic Law of Tajikistan presented to the international community as an independent state, having a perfect political and legal system in which a person, his rights and freedoms are the supreme value and everyone has an equal opportunity to provide a decent life.
Constitution providing the necessary legal framework to address the threats of the state independence, prevent the collapse of the Independence Tajik state, preclude destruction of our people, has become a solid foundation for achieving national unity and the important historical moment has played a major role in establishing the foundations of the modern state of the Tajik people.
In other words, the Basic Law has expressed wishes of the people of our country in the construction of modern statehood of Tajiks, creation of a democratic, legal and secular state.
The fifty-eighth session of the Commission on the Status of Women took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 10 to 21 March 2014. Representatives of Member States, UN entities, and ECOSOC-accredited NGOs from all regions of the world participated in the session. The delegation of Tajikistan headed by Ms. Mahrifat Khadirova, the Chair of the Committee on Women and Family Affairs under the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan. On 10 March Ms. Khadirova has made statement at the session.
at the Opening ceremony of the Side event
“Taking Stock of the International Year of Water Cooperation and Advancing the Global Water Agenda Beyond 2015”
11 March 2014, UN Headquarters, New York
As it has been noted, the year 2013 was held as the International Year of Water Cooperation. During the Year, in addition to the events held in accordance with the UN GA resolution 67/204, a series of international, regional and national events were organized in support of the International Year of Water Cooperation. Besides, the International Year of Water Cooperation coincided with the first year of the intergovernmental negotiations on the implementation of the decisions adopted by the UN Conference on Sustainable Development “Rio+20”, which currently is entering a new phase. The deliberations of the Open Working Group on sustainable development goals encourages everyone to actively participate in the discussion of the ways, objectives and means for achieving sustainable development. It is encouraging that similarly to the “Rio+20” outcome document, achievement of sustainable management of water resources was in the focus of the deliberations of the Open Working Group.
(H.E. Mr. Sirodjidin Aslov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan, The European Times, 5 March 2014)
The decade-long transition period in Afghanistan is coming to an end. In view of this, implementation by the international community of its commitments and obligations is the key to maintaining and multiplying the progress in the social, political and economic fields achieved in the country over the last 12 years. Ensuring security, political transformation and economic reconstruction are the three main pillars underpinning the future of Afghanistan and the achievement of prosperity.
Tajikistan, like the other countries of the region of Central Asia and of the world, is vitally interested in the establishment of lasting peace, order, security and political stability in neighbouring Afghanistan, which is situated to the south of our country and with which we share our longest border, measuring some 1400 km. As the closest neighbour, with a common language, culture and religion, Tajikistan is truly interested in establishing stability in this country, and, based on our capacity and opportunities, in contributing to its reconstruction and its social and economic development.
The High Level International Conference on Water Cooperation was held on 20-21-Aug-2013 in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. The Government of tajikistan convened the Conference according to the General Assembly Resolution A/67/204 "Implementation of the International Year of Water Cooperation, 2013", adopted on 21-Dec-2012. The purpose of the Conference, as it proceeded from the title, was to promote dialogue and mutual understanding and to strengthen the partnership and cooperation on water issues among all stakeholders at all levels.
The High-Level International Conference on Water Cooperation in Dushanbe was an important step in the development and strengthening the water cooperation through mobilizing all stakeholders' efforts in achievement of the internationally agreed goals on water.
As it was pointed out at the UN Conference on Sustainable Development Rio+20, developing water cooperation jointly with the strengthening the partnership in other areas would create a strong platform for sustainable development and "green" growth.
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