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28 November 2019

EU fosters multisectoral thinking and investment for sustainable development in Central Asia

ASHGABAT – The closing conference for the EU-funded “Central Asia Nexus Dialogue Project” was held today to present the results of the project. Aimed at increasing the understanding of the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Security Nexus approach the project fosters multi-sectoral thinking and cooperation among Central Asian countries, leading to the development of an Investment Portfolio of WEF Nexus project ideas

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