Bulgarian Rescue Teams Join Search of Missing People in Macedonia


Bulgarian teams left for Macedonia late Sunday to help the search of missing people, Focus News Agency reports.

This was announced by the press office of the Bulgarian Government. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov instructed the teams to work in complete cooperation with the Macedonian authorities, in order to handle the situation quickly.

The units have already started helping the search of missing people and draining flooded buildings.

Bulgaria is waiting for Macedonia to provide additional information on the assistance the country requires, and is ready to help immediately. The Macedonian authorities have expressed their gratitude for the timely reaction of the Bulgarian authorities.

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