The fifth Mediterranean Water Forum opened on Monday in Tunis, TAP reported. Placed under the theme “Together for shared water sobriety”, this three-day forum aims to strengthen cooperation and the exchange of know-how and experience in the field of water management in the Mediterranean, while addressing the region’s current challenges, notably climate change.
The forum also aims to provide a platform for Mediterranean countries and organisations to express their views, focusing on local needs and identifying best practices and technologies to address the region’s water security challenges.
The event seeks to bring together perspectives and solutions for efficient and sustainable water management, providing innovative solutions to evolving water needs and emerging issues on a global scale. The Tunisian government, the Mediterranean Water Institute, and the Union for the Mediterranean co-organised the fifth Mediterranean Water Forum.