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A delegation of Armenian officials is touring Kansas this week to study systems for responding to emergencies and natural disasters.
Kansas and Armenia have had a civilian and military partnership agreement since 2003. This week's visit is being hosted by the Kansas National Guard.
On Wednesday, the Armenians will tour the Shawnee County Emergency Communications Center in Topeka and the police 911 call center in Kansas City, Kan.
During their visit, the Armenians will also meet with staff of the Kansas Joint Forces Headquarters to learn more about the National Guard's role in responding to emergencies.