BANGKOK, 16 March 2011 (NNT)-Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is ready to help Japan while also planning preventative measures for Bangkok against any kinds of natural disasters.
Bangkok Governor M.R. Sukhumbhand Paribatra said the BMA had expressed condolences to Japan and would provide any necessary help for the tsunami victims. The Governor said Bangkok would be able to lend a helping hand whenever Japan needed.
According to the Governor, Bangkok will revise its plan against natural disasters developed 4 years ago. This includes plans taken prior, during and after the disasters. Rehabilitation programs as well as training for rescue staff, expected to take place twice a year, will be implemented. Warning and communication systems will also be improved.