The official opening of the Public Environmental Information Center in Mayluu-Suu in Jalal-Abad region.


In the building of administration of city Mailu-Suu in Jalal-Abad region the opening of public environmental information center was held on September 14, 2016. The openening was part of the project “Involvement of stakeholders in addressing issues related to uranium tailings in Central Asia”. The project implemented with the financial support of the OSCE Centre in Bishkek.

The organizer of this event is the Aarhus Centre in Osh. The opening was attended by: 1st Vice-Mayor Rasulov Z.K., heads of relevant Administration Services of Mayluu-Suu, representatives of the State Inspection of Environmental and Technical Inspection, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the heads of territorial public councils, ayil aimag and public organizations.

On the part of the OSCE Centre in Bishkek was attended by the head of the economic and environmental programs OSCE Field Office in Osh – Mr. Edoardo Da Ros, Senior Assistant Department of OSCE Economic and Environmental programs of the Centre in Bishkek – Payziev E., director of the Aarhus Centre in Osh – Isabaev K.

According to the organizers the opening of the center allows the public to obtain information about the environment, about the status of the tailings, which are located in the city. They noted that the opening of the center will be useful for the residents of the city and will soon begin holding meetings, trainings, seminars on issues related to uranium tailings.


First Deputy Mayor Rasulov Z.K. and head of the economic and environmental programs OSCE Field Office in Osh Edoardo Da Rosin a speech noted the timeliness and importance of the opening of the center in the town of Mayluu-Suu. Director Aarhus Centre in Osh Isabaev K. informed about the activities planned withinthe framework of the project and the opening of two such centers in the village Shekaftar in Chatkal district of Jalal-abad region and in Min-Kush vilage in Jumgal district of Naryn region, where uranium waste  is located.

In the future, the Centre will disseminate environmental information to the residents of the city, conduct training and meetings within the framework of the project. Participants wished successful work to the Centre and expressed appreciation to the OSCE Centre in Bishkek, for active participation in solving the problems associated with uranium tailings in Central Asia.



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