Source: China Meteorological News Press
On October 10, the 17th Session of the Joint Working Group (JWG-17) on Cooperation in the Field of Meteorological Science and Technology between China Meteorological Administration (CMA) and National Agency for Meteorology and Environment Monitoring of Mongolia (NAMEM) was opened in Beijing, China. Dr. CAO Xiaozhong, Deputy Administrator of CMA and Dr Oyunjargal LAMJAV, Acting Director-General of NAMEM attended the meeting and co-chaired this event, as well as signing the JWG-17 Summary Report on behalf of the both sides.
During the signing ceremony Photoed by ZHUANG Baiyu
During this session, China and Mongolia exchanged views on the progresses of meteorological operations in recent years, reviewed the implementation of cooperation projects since the 16th session of the JWG, and adopted the cooperation plan in next two years. Both sides will reinforce cooperation in fields such as sand and dust monitoring, forecasting and early warning services and joint research, meteorological telecommunication and information exchange, satellite data application, climate prediction and services, weather and climate services, and others.
In 1988, meteorological services of the two countries kicked off bilateral cooperation. Meteorological scientific exchanges and cooperation have continuously deepened and scored fruitful advances in numerous fields, which has vigorously underpinned the development of meteorological operation and services, as well as regional disaster prevention and mitigation.
Editor: LIU Shuqiao