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National Center Of Meteorology Helps Set Global Priorities At The World Meteorological Congress In Geneva
World Meteorological Organization sets its priorities for addressing climate, weather and ocean challenges for the next four years, HE Dr Abdulla Al Mandous: “By participating in this vitally important Congress, we are playing our full part in setting the agenda for common action to address critical global climate and weather-related challenges.”
The meeting, which brings together some 30 international experts from around the world, as well as experts from the World Meteorological Organization and climate experts at the National Center of Meteorology,
In his inaugural address, Al-Mandous stressed the importance of the item on the development of the Integrated Strategy for the Arab Meteorological Services and its Plan of Implementation (2020-2030) because of its new addition that will push the Council forward.
The Executive Office of the Council of Arab Ministers for Meteorological Affairs adopted during its meeting under the chairmanship of HE Dr. Abdullah Al-Mandous, Director of the National Center for Meteorology, as head of the Bureau on 15 th of each year,
The Committee discusses a number of items covering meteorological and meteorological information, as well as ways of managing weather and climate risk information.