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    Polish firefighters set off to help

    Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Twitter on Saturday that, at the request of the Prime Minister of Greece, he would send a group of firefighters to this country to extinguish fires. Polish firefighters also went to help Germany and Turkey.

    The Prime Minister wrote that on Friday the head of the Greek government Kyriakos Mitsotakis had asked him for support in putting out the raging fires in Greece. He added that he had decided that on Saturday a group of officers with nearly 50 Fire Brigade vehicles would be directed to help the ally. At the same time, the head of government thanked the Ministry of Interior and Administration for quick action.

    As the younger captain, Grzegorz Trzeciak from the General Headquarters of the State Fire Service informed, 143 firefighters and 46 vehicles would go to Greece.

    Fires rage in Euboea, northeast of Athens, and in many places in the southern region of Peloponnese. The fire reached 20 km from Athens.


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