Director of the SAEPF
Abdykalyk Rustamov highly appreciated the support provided within the project implemented with the support of the Government of Japan and expressed hope for further fruitful bilateral cooperation to consolidate the achieved results, as well as to solve new problems.
management approved the hunting limits on wild animals on the territory of Kyrgyzstan in 2019: 700 - capricorns, 120 -roe deers and 60 - wild boars.
Currently, the SAEPF
, together with the National Statistical Committee, is developing the Kerege environmental information management and monitoring system with the support of the UNDP-GEF project.
According to SAEPF
, the representatives of international organizations presented their projects on conducted work for the first half of the year as a part of the meeting.
employees conducted awareness raising campaigns with the local residents and called them to respect the environment, flora and fauna, as well as monitored the increase or decrease in number of wild birds and animals.
A joint action plan is being developed to prompt response to fires in cooperation with organizations, enterprises, local authorities and the state fire service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, SAEPF
According to him, SAEPF
receiver over 2,000 appeals, including 1,000 appeals from citizens for the first quarter of 2019.
suggests to use 70% of these funds for the event on preservation of environment, recouping losses in the environment, preservation of biodiversity and forest ecosystem, development of forest industry and nature reserves, 10% for the improvement of equipment and material procurement of Agency and 20% for the encouragement of staff.
's director Abdykalyk Rustamov met with the experts of the Finnish Environment Institute and thanked the Finnish government for the support in the implementation of projects and expressed hope for the further cooperation in order to strengthen the achieved results, as well as resolution of new tasks in connection with the launch of the next phase of the project "KGZ-WATER III".
has summed up the activities for the first quarter of 2019.
There are 202 species of animals and plants in the second edition of the Red Book of Endangered Species of Kyrgyzstan, said director of conservation of biodiversity and nature reserves of SAEPF
department Almaz Musayev at the international conference on development of sustainable tourism in Kyrgyzstan.