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  • 16 Oct 2015- 08:37 by Local Press Report TASHKENT World Bulletin Uzbek President Islam Karimov said Thursday that full-scale war could begin in Central Asia if Kyrgyzstan does not stop building new water-power plants under Russian patronage. Access Climate Conflict Corporate Risk Ecosystems Energy
  • 6 Aug 2014- 10:35 by Local Press Report TASHKENT Times of Central Asia Uzbekistan never, and under no circumstances, will provide support to Tajikistan’s Rogun hydro power plant project, Rustam Azimov, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Uzbekistan, said at the consultation
  • 4 Aug 2014- 09:59 by Local Press Report TASHKENT AzerNews Uzbekistan has criticized the World Bank's recently-published report on Key Issues for Consideration of the Proposed Rogun Hydropower Project and use of transboundary water resources. Speaking at a recent meeting of the representatives
  • 24 Jan 2013- 08:02 by Local Press Report TASHKENT The Financial The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Secretary General, Lamberto Zannier, during his visit to Uzbekistan from 21 to 23 January 2013, discussed with the country’s Prime Minister Shavkat Mirziyoyev and other
  • 13 Sep 2012- 10:01 by Local Press Report BAKU Turkish Weekly Central Asian countries will not be able to avoid a further deterioration of relations because of the water problem in the region, a Russian expert on the CIS Vladimir Zharikhin believes. "It will not come to war, however, we should
  • 5 Oct 2011- 09:13 by Local Press Report TASHKENT Trend News Agency (Azerbaijan) Uzbek Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Elyor Ganiyev told the United Nations General Assembly last month that attempts to construct large hydro-engineering structures on the upper Amu Darya and Syr Darya
  • 10 May 2011- 10:33 by Local Press Report TASHKENT Trend News Agency (Azerbaijan) The foreign ministers of Mongolia and Uzbekistan met in Ulan Bator for their third round of political consultations, according to the Uzbek Foreign Ministry. During the meeting the two sides discussed environmental
  • 7 Oct 2009- 14:48 by Local Press Report TASHKENT, Uzbekistan Georgian Daily The dying of the Aral Sea is increasing tensions in the five countries of the region, potentially sparking new, larger military conflicts, according to Russian expert Mikhail Vovk. The desertification of the inland water