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"It is necessary that we take a serious attitude to environmental
protection, flora and fauna, the environmental situation, and to this
end we have achieved a revision of the approach to improving
legislation in this area."
Emomali Rahmon

Bonn Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (date of entry of the Republic of Tajikistan October 24, 2000) creates a worldwide platform for the conservation and sustainable use of migratory animals and their habitats. The Bonn Convention unites the countries crossed by migratory animals and countries with mountain ranges, and provides a legal basis for coordinated international protection measures throughout the migration region.
As the only global convention that defines and protects migratory species, their habitats and migratory routes, the Bonn Convention collaborates with several international organizations, civil society organizations and development partners.
Threatened migratory wildlife species are listed in Appendix I of the Convention. Parties to this convention try to protect these species of animals from categorical extinction, protect or restore their habitats, reduce obstacles in migration routes and control other factors that pose a threat to them. In addition to determining the obligations of each country acceding to the Convention, this Convention promotes the coordination activities among the countries with mountain ranges of most of these species.
The migratory species that need or benefit from international cooperation are listed in Appendix II of the Convention.