After its subsequent session, the CIS Interstate Council for Geodesy, Cartography, Cadastre and Remote Sensing of the Earth adopted a concluding record declaring the period prior to the next session as a year for Exchange of Skills and Strategic Planning. Among the attendees from Armenia were Head of the Real Estate Cadastre Committee Sarhat Petrosyan and Head of the Department of Geodesy and Cartography Artak Piloyan, along with their colleagues from Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
The head of the Armenian delegation presented the economic reforms that Armenia launched last year and particularly the reforms in the Cadastre.
After the discussion held by the Council’s task forces, the participants of the session also recorded the integration and standardization in the field of geodesy, the transition to the unified geodesic system of coordinates and altitudes in member states of the Interstate Council, as well as the enhancement of systems for electronic registration of real estate.
They also specified the problems to be solved before 2024 and considered the draft strategy for development in the specified sectors.
During this session, the chairmanship of the Interstate Council was transmitted to Kyrgyzstan by order of succession, and the co-chairs are Tajikistan and Armenia, namely the Cadastre Committee and its head. The next session will be held in Bishkek in the fall of 2020, followed by the session in Armenia in 2021.