Japan-China-Korea Disaster Reduction Ministerial Meeting Agreed to share disaster prevention policy December 5, 13:50
A ministerial-level meeting for disaster prevention in Japan, China, and South Korea was held in Seoul, and Japan stressed that it was important for countries to share their experiences based on the fact that the typhoon caused serious damage. The three countries signed a joint statement and agreed to strengthen cooperation by sharing policies to prevent damage in the event of a disaster.
A ministerial-level meeting on disaster prevention by Japan, China, and South Korea has been held every two years since 10 years ago, and the sixth meeting was held in Seoul on the 5th.
At the beginning of the meeting, Vice Minister of the Cabinet Office, attended by Japan, explained that the great damage caused by natural disasters in Japan, including Kotono Typhoon No.15 and No.19, The risk of disasters is expected to increase more than ever in the world, and it is meaningful that the three countries, Japan, China, and Korea, which are the economic centers in Asia, where disasters occur most in the world, share their experiences. "Said.
Opportunities for the three countries to sign a joint statement at the meeting, share policies to prevent damage, analyze disasters, etc., strengthen cooperation, and learn advanced examples from each country Agreed to promote the exchange of disaster specialists.
The next meeting will be held in Japan.