Russian MFA warns Russians about flooding in Indonesia

11 February 2020

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a warning about possible transport disruptions due to bad weather in Indonesia and several other countries.

As reported in the microblog of the Crisis Management Centre on Twitter, in Indonesia, bad weather caused the start of the seasonal rains, which will last until the end of February. During this period, there is an increased risk of flooding, road erosion, possible disruptions to public transport and changes in airport schedules.

In addition, the "orange" level of weather danger due to a strong storm and gusty winds was declared on the French island of Corsica.

In the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, there are failures in the work of the public transport, and the airport schedule has been changed due to heavy rainfall.

A storm warning remains until February 18 in the Southland region of New Zealand.


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