US asks Europe to view satellite imagery hurricane

BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON – The U.s. disaster agency FEMA, the EU has asked for satellite images of hurricane Florence. That request has been granted. Actual images that the European Copernicus system has made the American east coast by the European coordination centre for disaster relief was made available, so that Washington the situation better.

This is in particular images of the states of Virginia and South and North Carolina, where the hurricane is expected to be Friday morning on land. “We are ready to give more help to offer”, says EU commissioner Christos Stylianides (Humanitarian Aid and Crisis management). “European solidarity knows no borders.”

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