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PR Center News Successful Start of Preparations for 7th World Water Forum in Republic of Korea
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2013-05-14-kickoffwwaterforum7Some 500 high government representatives and water management experts from over 40 countries and 120 organisations, gathered in the city of Daegu, Republic of Korea, on May 14th and 15th, to mark an official beginning of preparations for the 7th World Water Forum which will take place in the Korean provinces of Daegu and Gyeongbuk.
The Republic of Korea’s Prime Minister Jung Hon-won opened the introductory meeting and acknowledged the upcoming event with all the accompanying preparatory activities, offering the Korean Government’s wholehearted support in organising and executing the 7th World Water Forum.
The representatives of governments, NGOs, state-owned and private enterprises, and science institutions, have gathered in Daegu in order to help determine the schedule of activities which should be undertaken over the following two years.
The ‘’Jaroslav Černi’’ Institute’s CEO Mr Milan Dimkić, PhD and his assistant Mr Miodrag Milovanović, attended the meeting in Daegu, where they announced the Conference on Water Management in Transition Countries, which will take place in Belgrade in 2014, as one of the preparatory activities for the 7th World Water Forum.
The forthcoming WWF will focus upon science and technology, as well as on linking decision makers at various levels,  considering that it has been established that numerous potentially significant scientific and technological solutions for overcoming water-related challenges fail to be implemented due to inadequate cooperation between politics and economy in the decision making sphere. During the preparatory activities, as well as through the Forum itself, scientists, engineers and other experts will be given a chance to communicate with politicians and decision makers in the field of water management, in order to promote innovations.
At the introductory meeting, the World Water Council’s President Ben Braga pointed out the enormous potential science and technology have as weapons for fighting poverty in developing countries, and concluded that putting even more pressure on limited water resources by population growth and rising living standard, has led to the decrease in the amount of water available for basic human needs, which makes water treatment a driving force behind any social or economic development.
As Soontak Lee,  the co-chair of the 7th World Water Forum, has noted, the Forum’s goal is to bring politicians and decision makers, and water experts and users closer together, as well as to raise the level of public consciousness regarding the water’s significance for the future of mankind, through active participation and exchanging experiences with tested and applicable new technologies and viable solutions.
World Water Forum is the most important international event in the field of water management, and it is organised every three years by the World Water Council and the host countries and cities, with an aim to promote the subject of water on the international level.
World Water Council is a worldwide network of comprehensive purview and interests, which enables important dialogues on the subject of water and prompts adequate actions. The Council currently has over 300 international members from a variety of sectors and disciplines. Its mission is "to promote awareness, build political commitment and trigger action on critical water issues at all levels, including the highest decision-making level, to facilitate the efficient conservation, protection, development, planning, management and use of water in all its dimensions on an environmentally sustainable basis for the benefit of all life on Earth."

 
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