India and Turkmenistan to ink pact for disaster management cooperation
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India and Turkmenistan to ink pact for disaster management cooperation

The centre has sanctioned the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Turkmenistan on disaster management cooperation.

As per the official statement, the decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by PM Narendra Modi.

The MoU between India and Turkmenistan aims to put in place a system whereby both nations would benefit from the disaster management mechanisms of each other.

It will additionally assist in bolstering the areas of preparedness, response and capacity building in the field, as per the government.

The MoU envisions cooperation on a mutually beneficial basis in different areas — monitoring and forecasting troubles, review of their outcomes and interaction between relevant organisations included in disaster management via competent officials.

Together, the two nations will plan, develop and execute research projects, exchange scientific and technical publications, and issue research work results in disaster management.

Exchange of periodicals, information or any other publications, video and photo materials, and technologies, will be accomplished, as mutually agreed, within the scope of the MoU.

Joint conferences, workshops, seminars, exercises and training in relevant fields will be organised. There will additionally be an exchange of experts and experiences in disaster management.

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The centre has sanctioned the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Turkmenistan on disaster management cooperation. As per the official statement, the decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by PM Narendra Modi. The MoU between India and Turkmenistan aims to put in place a system whereby both nations would benefit from the disaster management mechanisms of each other. It will additionally assist in bolstering the areas of preparedness, response and capacity building in the field, as per the government. The MoU envisions cooperation on a mutually beneficial basis in different areas — monitoring and forecasting troubles, review of their outcomes and interaction between relevant organisations included in disaster management via competent officials. Together, the two nations will plan, develop and execute research projects, exchange scientific and technical publications, and issue research work results in disaster management. Exchange of periodicals, information or any other publications, video and photo materials, and technologies, will be accomplished, as mutually agreed, within the scope of the MoU. Joint conferences, workshops, seminars, exercises and training in relevant fields will be organised. There will additionally be an exchange of experts and experiences in disaster management. Image Source

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