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WMO supports developing states'' fight against climate shifts.


RABAT, Oct 16 (KUNA) -- Secretary General of the World Meteorological

Organization (WMO) Michel Jarraud called Friday for the support of developing

states' fight against climatic change. Speaking at the international forum on climatic change, Jarraud affirmed it

was important to backup up developing states on this aspect, noting the

importance of aiding African states against natural disasters and climatic

shifts. He added that developing a mechanism that would warn countries of disasters

was a must, affirming that WMO would help developing such methods in the

future. WMO would also support plans for agricultural, food, and energy securities,

concluded the WMO executive. Earlier on, King Mohammad VI urged the international community to take

collective action in the face of global environmental problems and crises

during the opening of the forum.

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Date:Oct 17, 2009
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