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Russia and Brazil to Sign Emergency Response Agreement
14.10.2015 09:49
Russia and Brazil to Sign Emergency Response Agreement

Russia intends to conclude an agreement with Brazil in regards of humanitarian emergency response.

      According to Yury Brazhnikov, the Deputy Director of the EMERCOM Agency for promoting and coordinating Russia's participation in international humanitarian operations, similar intergovernmental agreements have already been signed with India and China. Such an agreement is planned to be concluded with Brazil as well, he said. He also emphasized that Brazil is be geared to powerful civil defense.

      Mr. Brazhnikov added that appropriate memorandums have been signed with Venezuela and Cuba, therefore "intergovernmental agreements  are  not required actually".

      He pointed out that all the bilateral arrangements are of intergovernmental character concerning particular projects. "The fire service and emergency response group training center has been working in Havana since 2014, jointly with the republic's Ministry of Internal Affairs and it is very perspective partnership", - he noted. – "Venezuela is also interested in developing cooperation with Russia across a wide range of issues, but crisis management is of foremost importance.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Cooperation Emergency Response Humanitarian Operations   

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