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Australian ambassador thanks Poles for support after bush fires

13.01.2020 14:28
The Australian ambassador to Warsaw has expressed his gratitude towards "everyone in Poland who has sent their words of support and sympathy" after the recent bush fires in Australia.
Photo: Radio Poland
Photo: Radio Poland Julian Horodyski

Lloyd Brodrick said in an interview with Polish Radio that he had received dozens of emails in the last couple of weeks. Some people were asking about the possibility of becoming a volunteer firefighter in Australia.

The struggle against the bush fires, which have already devastated tens of thousands of square miles of land, is, according to Lloyd Brodrick, far from over.

Polish Radio’s Karol Surowka asked the ambassador about the scale of the problem and how people can help.