Samarkand, The Gulf Observer: The distinguished opening ceremony of the 14th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS COP14) commenced in the historic city of Samarkand. The ceremony witnessed the participation of global delegates committed to the preservation of migratory wildlife.
Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, A. Aripov, presided over the event and commenced proceedings by reading out the address of the esteemed President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev. The President’s address emphasized the significance of international collaboration in addressing the conservation challenges faced by migratory species globally.
The Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) plays a pivotal role in fostering cooperative efforts to protect and sustain the populations of migratory wildlife. The opening ceremony marked the beginning of substantial discussions and deliberations that will contribute to the formulation of strategies and policies aimed at ensuring the survival and well-being of these crucial species.
Delegates from around the world gathered in Samarkand are expected to engage in comprehensive discussions on issues ranging from habitat preservation and sustainable management to the mitigation of threats faced by migratory species. The meeting serves as a platform for sharing knowledge, experiences, and best practices, fostering a collaborative approach in addressing the intricate challenges posed by the conservation of wild animals.
The historic city of Samarkand, renowned for its architectural splendor, provides a fitting backdrop for the crucial discussions unfolding at CMS COP14. As global leaders convene to discuss the conservation of migratory species, the city becomes a symbol of the shared commitment to safeguarding the world’s biodiversity for current and future generations.