WMO Secretary-General Mr Michel Jarraud and the Permanent Representative of Mexico, Mr Adrián Vázquez, signed an agreement today which will contribute to a project to help modernize the the National Meteorological Service of Mexico.
The aim is to meet the demand for high-quality weather and climate information products and services from a range of public and private institutions. This is part of a 10-year Strategic Development Plan that the National Meteorological Service of Mexico began in 2010.
The agreement was signed at WMO headquarters in Geneva. It will also be signed in Mexico by Mr Jose Luis Luege, Director-General of the National Water Commission of Mexico.