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Macedonia to invest 3m euros in detection of weather hazards

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Macedonia is expected to invest 3 million euros ($3.2 million) in equipment that will enable fast detection of weather hazards.

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The equipment will arrive in Macedonia next month, Macedonian Minister of Agriculture Mihail Cvetkov told a press conference.

According to him, such investment is crucial as the equipment will give authorities here indications over the trend of weather phenomena.

"In this way, we will be able to know what to expect as well as give us the opportunity to take the appropriate measures," Cvetkov told reporters.

He also said that Macedonia will join the common hydro meteorological software of regional countries, the so-called Southeast European Multi-Hazard Early Warning Advisory System.


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