On September 13-14, the director of the reserve museum Gulmira Mukhtarova worked in Tashkent at the sub-regional meeting «Development of management strategies for the corridors of the Silk Roads in Central Asia»

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September is always an active month, despite the fact that almost all the expeditions have already ended. Forums began. Thus, on September 13-14, the director of the reserve museum Gulmira Mukhtarova worked in Tashkent at the sub-regional meeting «Development of management strategies for the corridors of the Silk Roads in Central Asia», which took place within the framework of the second phase of the UNESCO / Japan Trust Fund project «Support of standards and procedures for documentation of the serial transnational nomination of Silk Roads of the World Heritage in Central Asia «. Within the framework of the meeting, sessions were held on the development, implementation, monitoring and updating of the strategies for the inclusion of the Silk Road sites in the World Heritage List, as well as the assessment of the corresponding buffer zones for the Silk Road. Ask, what does this have to do with Issyk? Yes, the most direct now — the ancient settlement Talhiz is being transferred to the reserve-museum, which is one of the segments of this very «corridor».

And on 14-15 in Almaty our employees Gulmira Zhumay and Aigerim Amiyeva represented us with a report at the Republican Forum «The Role of Museums in the Development of Domestic Tourism». Ahead is the well-deserved weekend!21740402_1710296775709324_5417298555475858178_n 21728388_1710296785709323_144226035239971429_n

 

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