Armenia interested in Dutch experience of water resource management
14:38, 7 February, 2019
YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 7, ARMENPRESS. Armenia’s Ambassador to the Netherlands Tigran Balayan held a meeting with European Union of Water Management Associations (EUWMA) Secretary-General Albert Vermuë, who also serves as Director General of the Dutch water management agency, to discuss opportunities for applying the Netherlands’ practice of water resource management in Armenia, the foreign ministry said.
EUWMA was established in 1996 with the primary aim to increase cooperation between European Water Management Associations, so as to provide relevant information, position papers and policy documents to national governments, the European Commission, the European Parliament and other relevant institutions. In addition, EUWMA promotes the exchange of knowledge and best practices between members.
The European Union of Water Management Associations (EUWMA) represents public, local and regional water management organizations from nine EU member states: Belgium, Italy, Hungary, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Edited and translated by Stepan Kocharyan