According to Fars News Agency’s community group, Ali Selajgeh, head of the Environmental Protection Organization, met with the Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Caspian Maritime Affairs, which focused on holding a consultative meeting of environmental ministers of the Caspian coastal countries and determining our country’s positions on unresolved issues from Cup 6 in Baku. Shed, stated: The Caspian Sea is of great importance for all 5 coastal countries, and considering the extensive environmental problems that this water area is facing, we insist that all the coastal countries express the necessary will.
Referring to the entry into force of the Convention on the Protection of the Environment of the Caspian Sea, known as the Tehran Convention, he stated: during the 17 years that have passed since the entry into force of the Tehran Convention, nothing has happened in this regard, and the provisions of this convention must be implemented as soon as possible. be implemented
The head of the Environmental Protection Organization, emphasizing the need to speed up the final agreement for the establishment of the secretariat and organizational arrangements of the Tehran Convention, considered the opportunity to hold the Geneva consultative meeting as a good opportunity to reach this agreement.
In this meeting, Alireza Jahangiri, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Caspian Maritime Affairs and Seyed Hossein Mousavi Far, Head of the Center for International Affairs and Conventions of the Environmental Protection Organization, gave a report on the issues raised in the previous meetings of the coastal countries of the Caspian Sea and the positions of these countries regarding the Tehran Convention. He emphasized the efforts of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to speed up the establishment of the secretariat and organizational arrangements of the Tehran Convention.
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