Croatia, Serbia, Romania Work Together to Limit Danube Flooding

9 Jul 2013 by Local Press Report

As the Danube River water levels begin receding from all-time highs in several Balkan countries, authorities in Croatia, Serbia and Romania cite their co-operative efforts in keeping the threat of flooding at bay. "On the European level, monitoring the risks and the ongoing emergency situations on the Danube, the permanent exchange of information among the countries [involved] is ensured by the Emergency Response Centre within the European Commission directorate General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil protection," Marian Dragne, deputy commander of the Romanian General Inspectorate for emergencies, told SETimes...

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