into the site google
Home Why get involved Actions Impact Environment Danube Delta Photo Gallery News Bystroe School Network

A story about a    
web-site called   
Bystroe   
The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands
Ramsar Advisory Missions: No. 53, Ukraine, Kyliiske Mouth (2003)
Ramsar Advisory Mission No. 53: Ukraine (2003)
UNESCO (Man and Biosphere Programme) and Ramsar Convention
Mission Report
Danube Biosphere Reserve / Kyliiske Mouth Ramsar Site
Ukraine
27-31 October 2003
by Jan Kvet, MaB Bureau, & Tobias Salathé, Ramsar Secretariat

 
Mission
1.     The Government of Ukraine wishes, with the consent of all parties concerned, to establish a navigable waterway through the Ukrainian part of the Danube delta. Several choices have been proposed as to the routing of this waterway. At present, three choices are still under discussion. As requested by the Ukrainian Ambassador to France, and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO, Yuriy Sergeyev (in his letter of 7 July 2003), the purpose of our mission was to examine these choices in view of their impact on the status and functioning of the Ukrainian Danube Biosphere Reserve (Dunaisky Biospherny Zapovidnik) designated by Presidential Decree on 10 August 1998 as part of the transboundary Biosphere Reserve in the Danube delta. The mission took place at the invitation of the State Agency for Protected Areas of the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources of Ukraine (issued on 16 October 2003), in collaboration with the Ukrainian National Commission for UNESCO.
2.     The area covered by the Danube Biosphere Reserve (DBR) was listed by Ukraine under the Ramsar Convention as a Wetland of International Importance on 23 November 1995: the Kyliiske Mouth Ramsar Site (originally designated by the former Soviet Union as Kylijske Gyrlo, on 12 October 1976). The Ramsar Convention gives special attention to assisting Contracting Parties in the management and conservation of listed sites whose ecological character is changing or likely to change as a result of technological development, pollution or other human interference. This is carried out through Ramsar Advisory Missions, a technical assistance mechanism formally adopted by Recommendation 4.7 of the 1990 Conference of the Contracting Parties. The report summarizes the findings of the 53rd Ramsar Advisory Mission.

All the materials presented within this section are property of THE Ramsar Convention Secretariat

0 users online, 2 guests online

username :

password :



Last forum post by codrin on May 6, 2006, 9:06 pm
This is the idea of a team who
made a vision come truth....

Who should fight to change the current situation ?
The Ukrainian Government
The Romanian Government
The United Nations
Devoted Active Citizens





102 visitors today, 911 visitors this month, 211831 visitors since 1 March 2005
© Copyrights 2005
All rights reserved to
Cosmin Petrut Atanasiu &
Codrin-Stefan Arsene