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Ministry of Water Resources of the People's Republic of China (中华人民共和国水利部)

(People's Daily Online)

19:04, August 22, 2012

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Introduction
Ministry of Water Resources of the People's Republic of China is the government department responsible for water administration. It was founded in October 1949 and reorganized in July 1988, with the headquarters in Xicheng District, Beijing.
 

In accordance with the stipulations of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, the Ministry of Water Resources is given the following mandates: ensuring rational development and utilization of water resources, formulating water resources development strategies, plans and policies, providing draft legislations, promulgating water administrative rules and regulations, undertaking integrated water resources management and supervision, taking charge of water resource protection and water conservation, organizing, coordinating and supervising the work of flood control and drought relief, and be responsible for control of soil and water losses.

 

中华人民共和国水利部是主管水行政的国务院组成部门。该部门1949年10月成立,并于1988年7月22日重组而成。水利部总部位于北京宣武区。
 

 

根据国务院的规定,水利部的主要职责是:负责保障水资源的合理开发利用,拟定水利战略规划和政策,起草有关法律法规草案,制定部门规章,实施水资源的统一监督管理,负责水资源保护和节约用水工作,组织、协调、监督全国防汛抗旱工作,负责防治水土流失。
 

More Info.
Add.: No.2, Lane 2, Baiguang Road, Beijing, China 地址:北京市白广路2条2号
Post Code: 100053 邮编:100053
Tel: 86-010-63202114 电话:86-010-63202114
Official Web: http://www.mwr.gov.cn/english/ 官网:http://www.mwr.gov.cn/

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