Green Central Asia International Conference, scheduled to take place on January 28 in Berlin, will gather the heads of the foreign affairs agencies of the region and Afghanistan. The aim of the forum is to address issues related to climate change and its impact on global security.
During the Green Central Asia conference, German government will announce its initiative, on the basis of which it is planned to implement projects in such areas as environmental protection and biodiversity, water management, forestry, renewable energy and energy efficiency, agriculture and land management, and combating desertification.
C5+1 ministerial meeting, which will be held on February 3 in Tashkent, will gather the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and top diplomats of five Central Asian countries.
The agenda of the C5 + 1 meeting will include issues related to the development of regional cooperation in a number of priority areas. Particularly, the sides will discuss economy and energy, addition of efforts to help resolve the situation in Afghanistan, its socio-economic revival, and its connectivity to the energy, transport and trade systems of Central Asia.
Turkmen Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov will take part in upcoming meetings in Berlin and Tashkent.