Ministers of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan Kubatbek Boronov and Russia Vladimir Puchkov discussed the establishment of the Kyrgyz-Russian Center for Humanitarian Response in the south of Kyrgyzstan

17.03.2015

Yesterday, March 16, was held a bilateral meeting of the Minister of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic Kubatbek Boronov with the head of emergency department of Russia Vladimir Puchkov in the framework of participation in the III UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai (Japan).

First of all Kubatbek Boronov thanked Emergency Situations Minister Vladimir Puchkov for constant support and practical assistance in the prevention and mitigation of natural disasters, in particular the establishment of a unified information management system for forecasting, early warning, prevention and management of emergency and crisis situations in the KR.

During the meeting they discussed issues of further implementation of previous agreements, as well as prospects of bilateral cooperation in the field of prevention and liquidation of emergency situations.

One of the main issues of the meeting was the further support and promotion of the issue of establishing a joint center of the humanitarian response in the south of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as consideration of the Russian party the possibility of providing assistance in the form of helicopters for the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic on a grant basis, and an overhaul of helicopter Mi-8MTV.

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