Civil protection. The Parties recognise the need to minimise the impact of natural and man-made disasters. The Parties affirm their common commitment to promoting prevention, mitigation, preparedness and response measures in order to increase the resilience of society and infrastructure, and to cooperating as appropriate, at bilateral and multilateral political levels to progress towards such objectives.
Civil protection. ARTICLE 117 The Parties shall develop and strengthen their cooperation on natural and man‑made disasters. Cooperation shall be conducted considering the interests of the Parties on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, as well as taking into account the interdependence existing between the Parties and multilateral activities in the field of civil protection. ARTICLE 118 Cooperation shall aim at improving the prevention of, preparation for and response to natural and man‑made disasters. ARTICLE 119 The Parties shall, inter alia, exchange information and expertise and implement joint activities at national, regional and international level. Cooperation shall include the implementation of specific agreements and administrative arrangements in this field, concluded between the Parties according to the respective powers and competences of the EU and its Member States and in accordance with the legal procedures of the Parties. ARTICLE 120 The cooperation shall cover, amongst others, the following objectives:
Civil protection. Article 99. The Parties shall develop and strengthen their cooperation on natural and man-made disasters. Cooperation shall be conducted considering the interests of the Parties on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, as well as taking into account the interdependence existing between the Parties and multilateral activities in the field of civil protection. Article 100. Cooperation Shall Aim at Improving the Prevention Of, Preparation for and Response to Natural and Man-made Disasters. ARTICLE 101 the Parties Shall, Inter Alia, Exchange Information and Expertise and Implement Joint Activities at a National, Regional and International Level. Cooperation Shall Include the Implementation of Specific Agreements and Administrative Arrangements In this Field, Concluded between the Parties and In Accordance with the Legal Procedures of the Parties. ARTICLE 102 the Cooperation Shall Cover, Amongst Others, the Following Objectives:
Civil protection. PL3.2.1 Process and Facility Design 10 12.52 0 0 PL3.2.2 Construction and Commissioning 0 0 12.52 15 PL4 – PCD
Civil protection. (PL 3.2) Plans have been made to respond to emergencies that may develop in the community as a result of occurrences at the project site. In addition, commitments have been made, and are being kept, to assist the community in the event of civil emergencies not directly related to the mine. This program began in operation in 2008 and continued throughout slowdown. Funding for civil protection and to further refine and implement the community emergency response plan is allocated for each quarter of 2010.
Civil protection. The legislative framework in this area consists of the following main relevant normative acts: Law No. 04/L-27 for Protection against Natural and other Disasters; Law No. 04-L-230 on the Agency for Emergency Management; Law No. 04/L-012 on Fire Protection; and Law No. 04/L-049 on Fire-Fighting and Rescue. These normative acts have partially transposed Directive No. 2012/18/EU- SEVESO III. For the time being, Kosovo has drafted a National Response Plan, as well as a Disaster Risk Reduction Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2020. The authority in charge for civil protection is the Ministry of Economy and Environment (MEE), respectively the Department of Environmental Protection, namely the Division on Protection from Industrial Pollution, KEPA – Hydrometeorological Institute; Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Emergency Management Agency with a total of 7 officials. Other relevant institutions relating to civil protection are namely the following: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Development, National Public Health Institute, Kosovo Fire-fighters Unit, Ministry of Local Government (MLG).
Civil protection. The Parties shall develop and strengthen their cooperation on improving the prevention of, preparation for and response to natural and man-made disasters. Cooperation shall, in particular, aim at enhancing Kosovo’s civil protection capacities and at Kosovo’s gradual approximation to the EU acquis related to disaster management.