Slovakia sends humanitarian aid to flood-hit Montenegro

After catastrophic floods in Montenegro over recent days the Slovak Foreign Ministry together with the Ministry of Interior has announced it is sending material humanitarian aid worth €124,000.

After catastrophic floods in Montenegro over recent days the Slovak Foreign Ministry together with the Ministry of Interior has announced it is sending material humanitarian aid worth €124,000.

The shipment will consist of electronics and material for rescue operations and should be delivered within the next few days, the press department of the Foreign Ministry told the SITA newswire on Wednesday, December 8.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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