British Prime Minister David Cameron rarely canceled his trip to Israel and worked with the British people to cope with bad weather and resist flooding.
China News Service, February 12th According to foreign media reports, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on the 11th that the current flood situation in the southwestern part of the country is getting more and more serious. He called on the country to wait for the floods. He rarely canceled his trip to Israel a few days later, working with the British people to cope with bad weather and resist flooding.
According to reports, the floods in the southwestern United Kingdom have already issued 16 serious warnings, 133 sub-warnings, and the Thames River Basin is in danger of being flooded. To date, 5,000 homes have been flooded in the Thames, Seven River and Somerset, and more than 1,000 families have been evacuated.
Cameron rarely canceled his trip to Israel a few days later, in order to stay in the country for dispatching and command, to cope with bad weather and resist floods with the British people.
At the government press conference, Cameron said the threat of flooding is still increasing, and there will be heavy rain and strong winds in the coming week. Cameron said: “It may be even worse before things get better.”
Cameron also promised to provide aid funds to the affected people so that they can resist the floods and said that “money is not a problem”.
However, this move has caused dissatisfaction among the people. Some people in the community have proposed that the Prime Minister transfer the 11 billion pounds of foreign aid to the domestic disaster relief every year. The proposal was published on the petition website and has received more than 100,000 British people’s signatures in just a few hours.
However, Cameron has rejected the proposal. Cameron insisted that there is no shortage of funds during the disaster relief process. “Where there is a need for assistance, the money will go anywhere. & rdquo; Cameron assured the British people that they will be rescued at all costs.
The report said that the British government said that the military will play a greater role in disaster relief, and 1,600 military soldiers will be rushed to the front line of flood fighting, and the number will increase. It is reported that the Assistant Secretary of Defense of the United Kingdom is already coordinating military disaster relief matters.
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