ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Thursday, October 15th 2015 [ME NewsWire]
GCC, Arab, and international delegations taking part in the 2015 Global Meeting on Search and Rescue- to be held on Sunday October 18th- started to arrive to Abu Dhabi. The delegations were received by Major General Jassem Muhammad Al Marzouqui, Civil Defense General Commander-in-chief.
On Thursday, the Internal Systems of Search and Rescue Development Committee held its preparatory meeting at Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Center (ADNEC). The committee discussed the guidelines of field work for international search and rescue teams.
In his speech, Lt. Colonel Mohammed Abdul Jalil Al Ansari, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Civil Defense welcomed representatives of search and rescue teams participating in the meeting. He wished everyone the best of luck and success to achieve the objectives and coveted results.
Major General Al Marzouqui said: “The Meeting will tackle several papers and guidelines of field work. These guidelines will regulate the relation between regional search and rescue teams as classified by the United Nations, and will establish a unified mechanism of response to natural disasters. The meeting will also provide highest levels of communication and readiness between the different search and rescue teams and the affected countries on one hand, and with the entities wishing to provide help and relief.”
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