HIGHLY POTENT NEWS THAT MIGHT CHANGE YOUR VIEWS

Iran condoles with German flood victims

PressTV
June 7, 2013

An aerial view of the flooded banks of the Danube River in Deggendorf, Germany, on June 7, 2013

Iran has offered its condolences to the German government and people over the recent flooding which resulted in a number of deaths and forced thousands from their homes.

In a telephone conversation with his German counterpart, Guido Westerwelle, on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi conveyed his sympathies over the flooding incident.

Salehi also announced Iran’s readiness to send relief aid to flood-hit areas.

The Elbe, Danube and other rivers in Central Europe have inundated their banks due to heavy rain over the past few weeks, causing widespread damage in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. At least 18 people have reportedly died in the floods across Central Europe.

On Sunday, some 23,000 people were evacuated from the eastern German city of Magdeburg after a dam burst on the Elbe. The water levels reportedly rose to a record 7.48 meters – about five meters above normal.

Nearly 70,000 firefighters and 11,000 soldiers have reportedly been deployed to help the flood-hit areas across the country.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to meet the governors of the country’s 16 states on Thursday to talk about the aftermath of the floods.

MT/HGH/SS

Iran has offered its condolences to the German government and people over the recent flooding which resulted in a number of deaths and forced thousands from their homes.

In a telephone conversation with his German counterpart, Guido Westerwelle, on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi conveyed his sympathies over the flooding incident.

Salehi also announced Iran’s readiness to send relief aid to flood-hit areas.

The Elbe, Danube and other rivers in Central Europe have inundated their banks due to heavy rain over the past few weeks, causing widespread damage in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. At least 18 people have reportedly died in the floods across Central Europe.

On Sunday, some 23,000 people were evacuated from the eastern German city of Magdeburg after a dam burst on the Elbe. The water levels reportedly rose to a record 7.48 meters – about five meters above normal.

Nearly 70,000 firefighters and 11,000 soldiers have reportedly been deployed to help the flood-hit areas across the country.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to meet the governors of the country’s 16 states on Thursday to talk about the aftermath of the floods.

MT/HGH/SS – See more at: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/12/308646/iran-condoles-with-german-flood-victims/#sthash.f6QTFoX5.dpuf

Iran has offered its condolences to the German government and people over the recent flooding which resulted in a number of deaths and forced thousands from their homes.

In a telephone conversation with his German counterpart, Guido Westerwelle, on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi conveyed his sympathies over the flooding incident.

Salehi also announced Iran’s readiness to send relief aid to flood-hit areas.

The Elbe, Danube and other rivers in Central Europe have inundated their banks due to heavy rain over the past few weeks, causing widespread damage in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. At least 18 people have reportedly died in the floods across Central Europe.

On Sunday, some 23,000 people were evacuated from the eastern German city of Magdeburg after a dam burst on the Elbe. The water levels reportedly rose to a record 7.48 meters – about five meters above normal.

Nearly 70,000 firefighters and 11,000 soldiers have reportedly been deployed to help the flood-hit areas across the country.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to meet the governors of the country’s 16 states on Thursday to talk about the aftermath of the floods.

MT/HGH/SS – See more at: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/12/308646/iran-condoles-with-german-flood-victims/#sthash.f6QTFoX5.dpuf

5 responses

  1. Pingback: Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan experience extreme weather – Is geo-engineering the culprit? | PN

  2. Pingback: Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan Experience Extreme Weather – Is Geoengineering the Culprit? - | Intellihub.com

  3. Pingback: CANADA EXPERIENCES EXTREME WEATHER: Is Geo-Engineering The Culprit? « Document The Truth

  4. Pingback: Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan Experience Extreme Weather – Is Geoengineering the Culprit?

  5. Pingback: 9 Strong Points that prove that weather modifications projects have been happening since the early 1900′s | PN

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s