Tehran (IP) – Head of the Iranian Red Crescent Society announced that Iran and Japan have inked an MoU on reducing the consequences of climate change.

Iran PressIran News: Pir-Hossein Kolivand made the remarks in a meeting with Japan's ambassador to Tehran, Aikawa Kazutoshi.

He stated that with 100 years of continuous experience in disaster management, the Iranian Red Crescent has valuable experiences to offer.

Kolivand highlighted that IRCS is planning to build a training park to deal with natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods.

Kazutoshi, for his part, said that climate change has now increased the occurrence of natural disasters.

He noted that mutual cooperation would be helpful and effective in responding to the incidents.

The Japanese envoy said his country has inaugurated the main project to control flood problems coinciding with the drought and voiced Japan’s readiness to work with the Iranian side on the adverse consequences of climate change.


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