Greece sends aid to FYROM after deadly floods
Greece has contributed to the aid effort currently under way in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia following last weekend’s disastrous floods in the neighboring country that left 21 people dead and destroyed vast tracts of farmland as well as scores of homes.
On the orders of the Citizens’ Protection Ministry, the Greek fire service provided five mobile pumps and five generators to contribute to aid efforts in FYROM.
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