Corporate news and events
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.
The agreement aims to exchange seismic information around the clock to contribute for increasing the capabilities of seismic networks and monitoring the seismic activity on the borders of the Arabian Peninsula, especially the Red Sea region, and keeping abreast of developments and scientific development locally, regionally and globally, as well as the exchange of scientific publications and periodicals in the field of Seismology, Especially those aimed at reducing the risk of earthquakes as they occur.
Launch of the meeting of the Executive Bureau of the Arab Ministers concerned with meteorological affairs
The first meeting of the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers for Meteorology and Climate Affairs, chaired by Dr. Abdullah Al-Mandous, Director of the National Center of Meteorology in the UAE, President of the AMS, Member of the Executive Council of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and the participation of the Member States of the Bureau: Saudi Arabia, Mauritania, Jordan, Bahrain Algeria, Tunisia and Sudan as well as the UAE, at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Arab League.
Signing a memorandum of understanding between the National Center of Meteorology and the National Search and Rescue Center
A memorandum of understanding was signed between the National Center of Meteorology and the National Search and Rescue Center on 31 January 2018 on cooperation in the field of providing search and rescue services and the management of associated operations in the presence of HE Dr. Abdullah Ahmed Al Mandous, Director of the National Center of Meteorology and Stephen Arthur Tomagan, National Search and Rescue Center and a delegation from both sides.