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The article discusses the priorities of innovative development of water resources. The purpose of the work. Innovative development of the water sector, identification of the most optimal directions of innovation and effective use of innovative scientific developments. Transfer of method and methodology of work. A comparative analysis of the most optimal direction of innovative development in the country was conducted. Results. The weakest link in water science institutions is the implementation of these scientific developments. The directions of innovative development are irrigation and reclamation, the use of which is the association of water consumers, as well as the creation of value added, the direction can be implemented through innovative projects. A non-governmental cooperative has been developed and operates on a commercial basis. Scope of results. The results of the research can be used as a mechanism for implementing innovative scientific developments in practice. Conclusions. As a subject, it is necessary to take drastic measures to modernize and develop water management, all branches and sectors of the agro-industrial complex, increase the income of scientists and researchers, improve the salaries of workers, the living standards of the entire population. It is expedient to work with a program of scientific orientation of innovative development of water resources of the whole republic, uniting qualified scientists with extensive experience in the water management system. It is necessary to develop an effective system that links the fields of production and science, to organize in the system with the participation of creators of innovative ideas and key consumers of scientific developments. In the proposed system, the main place is given to the counseling center, which serves as the main connecting link between theory and practice. In addition, scientific proposals and practical recommendations based on the analysis of water resources have been developed
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