Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese fights climate change as more inhabitants of the country's largest city are affected by the latest round He said he was considering a "long-term solution" for the massive floods caused by torrential rains.
Emergency authorities issued evacuation orders and warnings on Wednesday from 50,000 residents on Tuesday to 85,000 residents in Sydney, the capital of New South Wales.
The first strong storm cell that hit the area last week caused heavy rains for several days, flooding dams and rivers, flooding roads and flooding hundreds of homes in and around Sydney. Did. Rescuers rescued people trapped in their homes and cars trapped in flooded roads several times.
The Bureau of Meteorology forecasters say the meteorological system has begun to move off Sydney.
The state of New South Wales has declared natural disasters in 23 regions throughout the state and has approved financial support for affected populations.
Sydney is facing the fourth major flood since March 2021 and the dollar of damages.
Prime Minister Albanese told Sydney reporters Wednesday that "Australia has always been hit by floods and wildfires," but scientists said climate change "more than" such an event. It repeatedly warns that it will be "frequent and intense".
Some information in this report was provided by The Associated Press, Reuters and Agence France-Presse.