During the sessions, the sides discussed issues related to improving the communication capabilities in the SPECA
region, including those between Afghanistan and Central Asian countries.
The minister pointed out that the SPECA
program of the UN is one of the important aspects of cooperation between Kazakhstan and ESCAP.
The President praised efforts of the UNECE and ESCAP on liberalization of trade and economic relations, intensification of multilateral cooperation as part of SPECA
International experts, representatives of law enforcement and controlling agencies of SPECA
region (Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia) from Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, business circles of Kyrgyzstan will attend the seminar.
The Regional Seminar is organized by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in cooperation with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (ESCAP) in accordance with the Programme of Work for 2009 of the SPECA
Project Working Group on Knowledge-based Development (PWG on KBD).
The opening of the expert laboratory will coincide with the 14 Session of SPECA
Project Working Group on Transport and Border Crossing (SPECA
PWG-TBC) held on March, 17-18.
The delegation of Kyrgyzstan was led by Deputy Foreign Minister and Deputy SPECA
National Coordinator Askar Beshimov.
The two sides agreed to consider this issue at the next session of the SPECA