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MOSCOW, June 3 (Itar-Tass) - The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry said it is ready to provide assistance to Europe to coping with the consequences of the disastrous flood.
The National Crisis Management Centre has held a TV-conference with the European Commission’s Emergency Response Centre. “We voice concern over the situation related to heavy floods in several European countries. If aid is needed, we’re ready to provide support for eliminating the consequences of the flood,” deputy chief of the National Crisis Management Centre Sergei Miroshnichenko said.
An official of the European Commission’s Emergency Response Centre, Peter Billing, thanked Russia for support.
The flood hit the Czech Republic, Germany and Austria.