Tirana donates 100 thousand euros for the massive floods in Emilia Romagna
The municipality of Tirana, at the proposal of the mayor Erion Veliaj, has granted 100 thousand euros in aid to the Region of Emilia Romagna in Italy, to alleviate the consequences of the damages caused by the massive floods of the last few weeks.
The massive rains of May 2023 in the region of Emilia Romagna, Italy, have caused natural disasters with serious consequences. The situation created due to the heavy rains in a short time, taking the rivers that pass through this region out of bed, has resulted in significant damage to citizens' properties, private houses, mainly in the municipalities of Forli, Cesena and Ravenna.
These rains have caused the loss of life for 15 people, as well as extensive damage to homes, bridges, roads and some businesses, which have been flooded by water and mud. The affected population is over 23 thousand inhabitants, some of whom have been evacuated by the authorities and others have been transferred to their relatives.