(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 23 JUL – “It seems like an endless nightmare.
When you think you have the situation under control, almost like a joke, new outbreaks open up, on either side of the border “. This is how the mayor of Gorizia, Rodolfo Ziberna said this morning, specifying that” Italy and Slovenia they are putting in all possible forces to tame this beast that is eating all of our Karst and a piece of our hearts, dismayed in the face of so much devastation.
But we cannot give in to discouragement “.
Ziberna used the term “heroes” to define the people who “have been fighting on the front line for days and days. We owe it to our own Karst that we must commit to reviving. We owe it to all of us because it is on these occasions that we must to have the strength to start over. To leave again, fighting for this nightmare to end as soon as possible. An appreciation for the great collaboration and mutual help between Italy and Slovenia. But there was no doubt about this “.
On the question of atmospheric pollution and therefore of PM10 values in particular, Ziberna indicated that yesterday evening there were “high peaks of PM10 but of short duration that do not greatly affect the daily average, to which reference must be made. But this phase however, it is advisable to maintain prudence and therefore avoid staying outside for a long time, wear a mask outside, keep the windows closed and wash the vegetables from the garden well “. (HANDLE).