PM Berisha: A major operation to handle with difficult situation of heavy snowfall
16. February 2012. | 09:27
Nothing is poorer than serve political function in attempting to sow horror stripped of every kind of morale. The target of the emergency operations is to rescue the human lives and further to open up the roads and provide relief.
Prime Minister Sali Berisha chaired today evening the meeting of the Inter-ministerial Committee of Emergencies to discuss efforts for handling with the heavy snowfall that has wreaked havoc in the Northeastern and Southeastern areas of the country. The meeting was also about coordination of the further steps and priorities in the management of the situation.
The prime minister appreciated highly the contribution of those citizens in the communities isolated by deep snow, the central and local government administration, the Armed Forces and the State Police, the Road Departments, but even employees of tens of private companies, the Department of Civil Emergency, the State Reserves Department, the health system and all that have undertaken and organized one of the most massive operations in the country history so that to successfully cope with the consequences of heavy snowfall.
The prime minister reiterated that the target of the emergency operations is to rescue the human lives and further to open up the roads and provide relief.
The prime minister congratulated the local citizens in the hard hit areas by snow for their rather serious commitment to clean the roofs from the weight of the snow and encouraged continuation of the process with the greatest determination as indispensability to prevent disaster.
Speaking about the opposition leader Edi Rama approach on the situation, the prime minister said that “Nothing is poorer than serve political function in attempting to sow horror stripped of every kind of morale.”