Mr. Ertust BRAHJA started his presentation with Albanian national threats and risks, as: Earthquakes, rock falls, landslides and avalanches, snowstorms and high snowfall, windstorms etc. He emphasized Albanian Constitution and Albanian National Security Strategy as legal framework for the functioning of the system for Crisis Management. He added that these documents, and few others, are so important for the Albanian government because through them they are planning to increase intergovernmental cooperation and constitutional approach. Furthermore, he emphasized the National Civil Emergency Plan and explained that it reflects the policy and main priorities of Albania in the Civil Emergency Service. After that he explained Albanian and international experience in the field of civil emergencies. In continuation he was presenting Albanian legal framework, standards and widely accepted procedures. Other talking point was the systematization and clarification of the roles and responsibilities of all relevant governmental institutions and civil society organizations for the Civil Emergency management. Furthermore he explained about the National Plan has been prepared based on a precise and logical procedure and methodology, which includes Risk Assessment study, large consultations, information sharing, wide consensus of all relevant institutions and organizations. He finished his speech with mentioning the importance of upcoming challenges on bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
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