Kazakhstan and Russia in the grip of the worst flood in the past 80 years

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Kazakhstan and Russia in the grip of the worst flood in the past 80 years

Kazakhstan and Russia hit by worst floods in the past 80 years

Parts of Kazakhstan and Russia have faced serious consequences of spring floods, unprecedented in scale and impact in these two countries over the past 80 years.

Currently, a state of emergency has been declared in 10 regions of Kazakhstan due to severe flooding in the northwest of the country.

With the onset of spring and sudden warmth causing snowmelt, several areas in Kazakhstan and Russia are facing floods.

Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev described these floods as the worst natural disaster in the region in the past 80 years.


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