Uruguay declares an agricultural emergency in the east due to flooding

The government of Uruguay declared an agricultural emergency due to excess water in two departments located on the border with Brazil, while more than 2,800 people remained displaced due to floods caused by storms over the last two months, authorities reported this Wednesday (22). The Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries, Fernando Mattos, said that the decree covers 1,200,000 hectares in the departments of Rocha and Treinta y Tres in the country’s east. “This is due to the significant…
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