The platform, led by the Ministry of Emergency Management, will use the technologies of big data, cloud computing and the Internet to conduct online monitoring of major risks.
It will also monitor early warning and forecasting, to efficiently handle disasters and accidents.
The platform will strengthen the coordination and information exchange with authorities in diplomacy, industry and information.
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