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Greece under alert for possible Chinese rocket debris

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Greece under alert for possible Chinese rocket debris - GEOPOLITIKI.COM (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

Greek Civil Protection has been put on alert to be prepared in case debris from the Chinese missile fall on Greece.

A new NOTAM was also issued on the recommendation of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and military flights have been halted for the time being.

Following is the Civil Protection Communication:

We know that according to the above relevant. Chinese space rocket, it is expected to enter the earth’s atmosphere uncontrollably in the coming hours (with a more likely time in the early hours of Sunday) and its fragments are expected to crash somewhere between 41.5*B and 41.5N parallel As Greece is in the danger zone the alert interval is from today Saturday 8/5 21:12 evening, local time, until Sunday 9/5 noon 12:46.*

In view of the above, all Civil Protection Agencies of the country are called upon to be placed on alert, throughout the specified period, in order to deal directly and effectively with any emergency caused in the territory of the country

Also, the Operation Centers of the Agencies should immediately inform the C.E.P.P. of any relevant information they receive and mobilize the necessary forces.

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