(Bloomberg) — Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will meet with European Fee President Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday to hunt European Union help after final week’s floods that left a minimum of 15 folks useless and destroyed farmland and villages.
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“I’m positive that Europe will help our nation financially,” Mitsotakis stated Sunday night from Larissa, one of many cities affected by Storm Daniel in central Greece. He added that Europe is spending lots in direction of the inexperienced transition within the area, however will not be spending a lot to handle the approaching impression of local weather change.
The storm affected about 72,000 hectares (278 sq. miles), destroying farmland, roads and bridges, and submerging complete villages. The worst affected space was Thessaly, the place livestock have been drowned and whole crops of cotton, corn, tomatoes and apples have been destroyed.
The primary freeway between Athens and Thessaloniki, the nation’s second-largest metropolis, stays closed and energy has not been restored in a number of areas. The authorities are transferring rapidly to gather, bury or burn 1000’s of useless animals to forestall the unfold of the illness.
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