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NCEMA signs an MoU with the Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defence in the Republic of Tajikistan

National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with the Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defence in the Republic of Tajikistan with aim to strengthening joint cooperation between NCEMA and the Tajikistan Emergency Situations Committee.


The agreement was signed by His Excellency Ali Saeed Al Neyadi Chairman of NCEMA, and His Excellency Rustam Nazarzoda head of the Emergencies Committee under the Government of Tajikistan.

The MoU seeks to enhance cooperation in areas of common interest in confronting and responding to emergencies and mitigating the damages resulting from such cases through the exchange of information and expertise.

The agreement emphases on providing mutual aid and implementing cooperation projects in the technical and humanitarian fields, in addition to exchanging experiences, planning and combined development of scientific research projects, and exchanging information, methodologies and technologies in the field of emergency prevention and response.

His Excellency Ali Saeed Al Neyadi expressed in light of the signing ceremony the depth of the bilateral relations between the two countries and the importance of strengthening them through such agreements that would enhance joint work in the emergency and crisis management system, especially in light of the current challenges that the world is witnessing.

For his part, His Excellency Rustam Nazarzoda noted the importance of this agreement with NCEMA, which would raise unified work and joint efforts in the field of emergencies, crises, and disasters.

The signing ceremony was held at NCEMA headquarters and was attended by His Excellency Obaid Rashid Al Hosan Al Shamsi Vice President of NCEMA, Ali Rashid Al Neyadi Director General of NCEMA, a delegation from the Tajik Embassy in the UAE, along with a number of directors of various NCEMA departments

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