As total of 52 people, including a woman and her child, have died from the floods, spokesman of the National Council for Civil Defense Abdel Galil Abdel Rahim said
Egypt’s Minister of irrigation and Water Resources Mohamed Abdel-Aty will be participating in the inauguration of a Flood and Rain Forecasting Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo during his 4-day visit that will start Tuesday.
A number of Egyptian experts and former ministers gave insight on the issue.
The Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources on Monday urged the citizens to receive their information on a possible flood due to an increase in Nile water level only from the ministry to avoid misinformation and confusion.
This comes per the instructions given by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to continue a relief air bridge to support Sudanese people after a huge flood hit the country and left several damages and casualties.
Until present, Egypt has supplied 180 tons of food, and baby formula that were transported by 10 planes over batches to Khartoum airport.
Sisi expressed his full solidarity with the government and people of Sudan in the face of floods that have hit several states.
Egypt has expressed solidarity with Sudan after Bout Dam collapsed in the southeast of the country, destroying hundreds of homes.
A state of emergency began Wednesday as Egyptians brace for a thunderstorm and heavy rains Thursday-Saturday.
The Egyptian military transported relief to the South Sudanese flood victims that have been languishing in its aftermath for months.
The financial cost of severe flooding in Venice is likely to run to hundreds of millions of euros, Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said on Wednesday.
The volume of floodwater flowing into Egypt in October exceeds those of earlier years, and the overall amount in 2019 is “promising,” the Ministry of Irrigation said Sunday
The Red Sea Governorate Authority has built 16 dams, dug 12 artificial lakes, and made 11 dirt barriers and canals at a cost of LE572 million.
The death toll from monsoon storms in Bangladesh rose to 114, with flood levels still rising in many parts of the country.
The Brahmaputra and five other rivers in the state are flowing above the danger level.
Floods and landslides from torrential rains in Indonesia have killed at least 31 people and displaced thousands in the past few days.
Seventy-six people have been killed in Iran by floods in recent weeks, according to a new toll published with warnings still in place for large swathes of the country.
Iran moved on Saturday to evacuate more towns and villages threatened by floods after forecasts for more rains in the southwest of the country.
At least 42 people have been killed by flash floods in Indonesia's eastern Papua province, an official said Sunday.
At least 68 people have been killed and nearly 7,000 forced to take refuge in emergency shelters after floods, landslides and a tornado battered the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in the past week.