The new team is expected to remain in the Mediterranean country for at least two weeks.
“The experience of my colleagues working on the site shows that the situation can take a dramatic turn," said Marcin Kędra, commander of the second Polish contingent.
"Their mission was originally planned to last two weeks, but an outbreak of two more wildfires in the Vilia area caused the Greek government to ask that we provide assistance for another two weeks there," he added.
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