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22.10.2018
Andrei Khudyk, the Minister of natural resources and environmental protection of the Republic of Belarus, and employees of the Ministry subordinate organizations took part in the volunteer clean-up at the meteorological station «Minsk».
  Employees of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus and its subordinate organizations employees took part in the volunteer clean-up under the leadership of Minister Andrei Khudyk at the meteorological station “Minsk” in the district of military town “Uruchie” on October 20, 2018. More than 60 employees arrived at the meteorological station. Before the volunteer clean-up Andrei Khudyk, the Minister of natural resources and environmental protection of the Republic of Belarus made a speech: “We are really fulfilling our obligations - preserving the environment for future generations. We have a lot of serious questions on the agenda, and the more important is the fact that we are here today”. The Minister also promised that the participation of each employee in public life would be appreciated. After the Minister speech the head of Belhydromet Raman Labaznau, promised that with the putting into operation the new meteorological station, the percentage of weather forecasts would be certainly increased. After the safety-awareness briefing, the work package were distributed between the participants in the volunteer clean-up - the instrument platform, the administrative and training building, and the surrounding area. The main task was reduced to cleaning the premises and the surrounding area, the removal of garbage and building materials, planting shrubs and trees. The meteorological station “Minsk” will be put into operation in a few weeks.
17.10.2018
Minsk hosted the 30th jubilee Session of the Interstate Council for Hydrometeorology of the Commonwealth of Independent States on October 17-18, 2018
Minsk hosted the 30th jubilee Session of the Interstate Council for Hydrometeorology of the Commonwealth of Independent States on October 17-18, 2018. The agenda included 23 questions upon the main activities of the national hydrometeorological services of the CIS. The agenda was divided into 5 sections. The head of the Belhydromet Raman Labaznau was appointed as the chairman of the 30th session of the ISH of CIS. The Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus Andrei Khudyk and the head of the Regional Office for Europe Milan Dacic made a welcoming speech at the opening of the session. The main areas of cooperation are: hydrometeorological security, information exchange, meteorological support of flights of civil aviation; long-term forecasts, global climate change, instruments and methods of measurement, active impacts on hydrometeorological processes, monitoring of environmental pollution, the activities of the observation network, agricultural meteorology, hydrology, frames, telecommunications and satellite information, storm warning and warning of natural phenomena; transboundary water and sediment transport. The Interstate Council for Hydrometeorology of the Commonwealth of Independent States working results: 1. April 16, 2004, the Heads of Government of the CIS Member approved the Concept of Hydrometeorological Safety of the CIS Member prepared by the Council for Hydrometeorology. The main aim of the Concept is the formation of an official view on the role and importance of ensuring hydrometeorological security as an integral part of the national security of each of the participating states. The main task is to ensure conditions that would contribute to the achievement of the necessary level and quality of the hydrometeorological support of the participating states, allowing to reduce the negative impact of dangerous hydrometeorological phenomena on the safety of life and property of people, as well as the functioning of the economies of countries. 2. On May 30, 2012, within the framework of the development of the provisions of the Concept, the Council of CIS Heads of Governments approved the Strategy for the development of hydrometeorological activities of the CIS members, which is an agreed set of interrelated tasks and directions for development, activities and stages of their implementation, mechanisms that effectively solve systemic problems in the activities of national hydrometeorological services of the CIS member states and achievement of the set goals. 3. The Regional Specialized Meteorological Center (SPA “Taifun” of Roshydromet) was established to provide the CIS countries with the necessary forecast information on the trajectory of pollutants during man-made accidents (including NPPs). 4. A unified scientific, methodological and technological base for production activities in the field of hydrometeorology and monitoring of environmental pollution in the territory of the participating states has been created and is constantly developing.  5. There is a constant exchange of scientific and practical literature published by the national hydrometeorological services of the CIS member states. 6. Unified requirements for the training of key specialists in the field of hydrometeorology and environmental pollution control have been developed and approved, and the procedure for internships, individual training and advanced training has been determined. 7. The CIS Interstate Hydrometeorological Network was formed.
04.10.2018
The 9th session of the authorized of the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine upon the implementation of the Agreement on the joint use and protection of transboundary waters
The 9th session of the authorized of the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine upon the implementation of the Agreement on the joint use and protection of transboundary waters was held in city of Novaya Kahovka (Ukraine) on September 24-27, 2018. The cooperation of the Belarusian and Ukrainian parties within the framework of this agreement is aimed to develop coordinated water management and water protection activities, to protect and use of transboundary waters, to prevent and restrict the discharges of harmful substances into the aquatic environment. The meeting was attended by Government Plenipotentiaries, as well as heads of national parts of the working groups. The Belarusian delegation was headed by the authorized Minister of the Republic of Belarus for the implementation of the Agreement, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus – A. Khmel. The head of the Belarusian part of the working group on hydrometeorology –  Y. Lesnichy and the head of the Belarusian part of the working group on the protection and control of water quality – E.Bogodazh. During the meeting, a number of issues related to the implementation of decisions taken at the previous meeting, reports on the activities of the working groups and plans for their work for the next period were considered. As results of the session, a protocol was signed, the composition of bilateral working groups and their work plans for 2019 were approved.
01.10.2018
Minsk hosted WMOs technical seminars on October 2-4, 2018
    On October 2-4, 2018, on the eve of the 30th anniversary session of the Interstate Council for Hydrometeorology of the Commonwealth of Independent States, technical seminars on the World Meteorological Organizations’ Integrated Global Observing System (WIGOS) and the Aircraft Meteorological Data Relay (AMDAR) were held in Minsk. As part of the activities, there were meetings of the task forces of the Regional Association VI (RA VI) on WIGOS and on observations from aircraft. The meetings were attended by representatives of 18 states. The WMO Integrated Global Observing System (WIGOS) is an integrated approach of improving global climate observing systems and their gradual development. Together with the WMO Information System (WIS), WIGOS is the basis for all member countries of the organization to ensure accurate, reliable and timely observational data and products in the field of weather, climate, water and associated environmental media. The AMDAR is a subsystem of the integrated global observing system, which is defined and maintained as part of the WMO World Weather Observation Program. The AMDAR system uses predominantly existing on-board sensors, computers and communication systems to collect, process, format and transmit meteorological data to ground stations. The collected data is used for a number of meteorological applications, including weather forecasting, climate monitoring, weather early warning systems, weather monitoring and forecasting in the aviation industry. State Hydrometeorological Services of WMO Members 24 hours a day and 7 days a week transmit important information about weather situations and climate change around the world. Timely and accurate warnings of changes in weather conditions and climate provide an opportunity to prepare in advance for the upcoming natural emergencies, to minimize their consequences for the community and the environment.
28.09.2018
Representatives of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management – the State Research Institute of the Republic of Poland visited Belhydromet on September 24-27, 2018
On September 24-27, 2018, representatives of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management – the State Research Institute of the Republic of Poland visited Belhydromet within the frameworks of the 1st meeting of the Belarusian-Polish expert working groups in the field of meteorology, hydrology and aviation meteorology. Polish representatives were familiarized with the activities of the Brest branch of Belhydromet and visited the hydrological station on the Mukhavets river. During the visit to Belgidromet methods for assessing the quality of weather forecasts and warnings of adverse and dangerous phenomenon, as well as criteria for evaluating forecasts, including the use of color codes in generating warnings, and ways of communicating information to consumers, and alerts of threats of adverse and dangerous weather phenomenon were discussed. During the visit, the Polish delegation visited the background monitoring station “Berezinsky Reserve”, where the main results of monitoring of the climate and the environment in the reserve were reviewed and assessed. The representatives of NHMS of Belarus and Poland also exchanged information on hydrological forecasting, observation and processing of regime hydrological information, presented the structure of the aeronautical and meteorological service. Issues about the practice of meteorological services for civil aviation in the Republic of Poland, as well as the experience of the participation of the Meteorological Service of Poland in the relevant departments of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the procedure for reassessing the competence of the staff of the aeronautical meteorological service and a number of other important issues were also discussed.
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