High level International Conference on Water Cooperation

20.08.13 - 22.08.13

The High Level International Conference on Water Cooperation will be held on 20-22 August 2013 in Dushanbe,Tajikistan and is co-organized by the Government of Tajikistan and the United Nations. It will gather scholars from all over the world to discuss their main findings about water management. The main purpose of the Conference, as it proceeds from the title, is to promote dialogue and mutual understanding and to strengthen the partnership and cooperation on water issues among all stakeholders at all levels.

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