In the Balkans, established unprecedented heat

August 25, 2011. The authorities of Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Albania are trying to cope with the heat wave that prevails in much of Eastern Europe, according to news.com.au

In the central Bosnian town of Mostar, temperatures soared to 45 ° C. Ambulance in Belgrade received more than 600 calls. People pass out on the streets. The asphalt on the roads began to melt, leaving a trail after humans.

In Montenegro, the government encouraged companies to reduce working time to miss the midday heat. In Macedonia, for over 60 years and pregnant women are instructed not to go to work. In Bosnia unions urged construction companies to withdraw their staff from the open construction sites.

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