In progress is collection of humanitarian aid for the flood victims of the municipalities of Western Thessaly.

Three aid collection points for the flood victims of the Municipality of Palamas have already been created and are operating.

Points are on Palama, Proastio and Itea.

From the Municipality of Mouzaki – Deputy Mayor of Agricultural and Livestock Entrepreneurship, it is also known that four fodder distribution centers are being created to support the livestock farmers of the region, after the devastating passage of the “Daniel” cyclone.

This decision was taken by the municipal authority, due to the unprecedented expansion of the flood phenomena in almost all of Thessaly which had -among other things- as a consequence that no animal feed production factory in the region was operating in the last week, so the product was not available in the local trade . At the same time, it is very difficult to impossible for livestock farmers who saved their animals from the fury of “Daniel” to procure feed from other parts of Greece, after important road connections were flooded, while they themselves received huge financial blows from the unprecedented bad weather.

The locations are as follows:

  1. In the Mouzaki parking lot (regional opposite the Fire Service).
  2. In the stadium of the Local Community of Kranea.
  3. At the field of the Local Community of Agnaderou.
  4. In the former Gas Station Pagourtzis (next to Halili Refreshment) in E.O. Karditsa-Mouzakiou.

The distribution started today and will be done every day, during the afternoon hours, for as many days as needed.

P.E. Trikalon informs the affected companies that the recording of losses by employees of the P.E. Trikala.

Specifically, as emphasized, businesses (industrial and craft units, shops, livestock units, businesses that carry out legal economic activity, including sole proprietorships and freelancers, as well as businesses that are active in the production, processing or marketing of fishery products and aquaculture) and non-profits affected by the recent floods from Storm Daniel are eligible for government assistance.