Taiwan and China will sign agreements on regular dialogues

The agreements will be on the areas of meteorology and seismology. These are some of the advances made after the recent and historic meeting between Wang-Zhang

These two agreements to promote bilateral cooperation in the fields of meteorology and seismology, during its next regular dialogues, announced the head of the body responsible for drawing up policies of Taiwan to mainland China.

"Both sides of the Strait have completed negotiations for the signing of a cooperation agreement weather and the other for monitoring and detection of earthquakes, as well as verification of the texts of the two conventions," said Wang Yu-chi, chairman Council for the Affairs of Continental China (CACC) during a press conference.

Wang said relevant officials CACC and the Ministry of Transport and Communications had informed the head of the Legislative Yuan (Legislature), Wang Jin-pyng on progress made ​​prior to the imminent signing of the two agreements in question.

"The two covenants for meteorological and seismological cooperation between Taiwan and Mainland China have undergone a series of detailed reviews by a mechanism of national security," said the head of the CACC, dependence Executive Yuan (Cabinet).

Wang went on to say that the future bilateral cooperation is limited to the exchange of different information concerning the above two areas and not involve any sensitive technology or security issues and training of relevant talents.

For his part, Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications Chen Chien-yu, who was also present at the press conference, said that once they are signed, the two covenants help further raise early warning capabilities of the two sides Taiwan Strait regarding the occurrence of any natural disasters in their respective territories to protect the personal life and property of the people on both sides of the Strait.

traslation: Belén Zapata