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A UE mobiliza axuda de emerxencia para Croacia tras o devastador terremoto

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Activouse o mecanismo de protección civil da UE para axudar a Croacia despois dun terremoto de 6.4 graos de magnitude, tras unha solicitude de asistencia das autoridades croatas o 29 de decembro.

O vicepresidente da Comisión Europea, Dubravka Šuica, e o comisario de xestión de crises, Janez Lenarčič, chegaron a Zagreb, Croacia, onde se reuniron co primeiro ministro Andrej Plenković. Xunto co viceprimeiro ministro e ministro do Interior, Davor Božinović, visitaron entón a cidade máis afectada, Petrinja.

Commissioner Lenarčič said: “I arrived to Croatia today to assure the Croatian people that the EU stands in full solidarity with them. Our Emergency Response Coordination Centre will continue to mobilise immediate assistance. I am very thankful to countries that have immediately rushed to Croatia’s help in these difficult times. My thoughts are with all those affected, especially those who have lost loved ones, and with the brave first responders on the scene who are doing their best to help people in need.”

Vice President Šuica added: “2020 has been a very difficult year. As we mourn the dead and plan the reconstruction, we need to also learn lessons to mitigate the impact of these tragedies, where possible. Even though nature cannot be controlled, we can study how and where people live; we need to apply what we are learning in my portfolio on demography to help people to take maximum advantage of the opportunities available to them. At the moment I am developing the commission’s vision and work for rural areas, but I am also making preparations to propose initiatives in urban environments. The situation I am witnessing today will inform me in all aspects of my work for the rest on my mandate.”

O terremoto, que sufriu a parte central do país, matou a varias persoas e causou grandes danos en numerosas casas e infraestruturas. Nunha resposta inmediata, a Comisión Europea axudou a mobilizar a asistencia de varios Estados membros para enviar rapidamente ás zonas afectadas.

A asistencia inmediata ofrecida por Austria, Bulgaria, Checa, Francia, Grecia, Hungría, Italia, Lituania, Portugal, Romanía, Eslovaquia, Eslovenia, Suecia e Turquía inclúe contedores de vivenda moi necesarios, tendas de inverno, sacos de durmir, camas e quentadores eléctricos.

In addition, the EU’s Servizo de xestión de emerxencias Copernicus está a axudar a proporcionar mapas de avaliación de danos das zonas afectadas.

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