• IICC-X “Introduction of Foreign Technology and Managerial Personnel 2014”
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    In April 2014, with the efforts of Communication and Training Department, IICC-X was authorised to implement the programme: “Technical Development and application of the Silk Roads Archive and Information Management System (A.I.M.S) in Central Asian Countries”, based on the document “Introduction of Foreign Technology and Managerial Personnel 2014” issued by the Municipal Bureau of Foreign Experts Affairs of Xi’an.

    In November 2014, based on the trans-department preparation work and continuous coordination with the experts and Municipal Bureau, Mr. Razzoqov Abdurauf, director of Archaeological Institute, Social Science Academy of Tajikistan and Mr. Sanjarbek Allayarov, cultural attach of UNESCO Tashkent Office were invited by IICC-X, to implement the programme during the respective schedules of 7 and 9 days. All tasks had been successfully accomplished, with plentiful outcomes.

                Detailed works as follows:

    1.  The review of Transnational Serial Nominations for World Heritage List: “Silk Roads: the Routes network of Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor” by China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, and “Silk Roads: Panjikent-Samarkand-Poykent Corridor” by Uzbekistan and Tajikistan;

    2.  The review and discussion of cultural heritage archaeology, conservation, protection and nomination of the Silk Roads, based on the work of IICC-X, UNESCO Tashkent Office and the Archaeological Institute of Tajikistan;

    3.  Detailed introduction, online demonstration and practice of the Silk Roads A.I.M.S, with the discussion of existing problems and the promotion strategy in Central Asia; work report of “Silk Roads Online resources” by IICC-X;

    4.  Study and discussion with Northwestern University, Provincial Academy of Cultural Heritage Researches and Hanwin Company, in scope of archaeology, planning, conservation and monitoring for Silk Roads properties;

    5.  3 academic lectures were held in Xi’an Museum and Northwestern University by the foreign experts, focusing on the archaeology, planning, conservation and nomination work of “Silk Roads: Panjikent-Samarkand -Poykent Corridor”;

    6.  Field trips to World Heritage Sites of “Silk Roads: the routes network of Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor”: the Small Goose Pagoda, site of Daming Palace in Chang’an Cit of Tang Dynasty, site of Weiyang Palace of Chang’an City of the Western Han Dynasty.

    With the successful implementation of all tasks above, based on sufficient negotiations, a “Joint Action Plan for the Conservation of Silk Roads Heritages in Central Asia (2014-2015)” was agreed, which aims to assist the protection and conservation of Silk Roads heritages in Central Asia, as well as the nomination of the Silk Roads: Samarkand-Panjikent-poykent Corridor, and to promote the A.I.M.S inUzbekistan and Tajikistan.











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