Georgia, Tbilisi, September 5/Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
A cyclone which struck from the Baltic to Georgia caused floods in several areas in the west of the country. According to the monitoring service under the Ministry of Environment Protection of Georgia, the river burst its banks which led to flooding of some houses in the region of Adjara, as well as in the areas of Khelvachauri and Keda.
The level of water rose in rivers in the Samegrelo and Svaneti regions. There is a danger of flooding, the monitoring service under the Ministry of Environment Protection of Georgia reported.
According to the monitoring service information, where the cyclone struck on the Black Sea coast of Georgia the heights of the waves reached two metres last night, but because of early intervention, neither people nor buildings located near the sea, were affected.
In spite of this, there is still the threat of storms and heavy rains on Thursday.
As the Energo-Pro Georgia Company reported, the Energy System of Georgia in the regions is not affected and electric power is supplied to areas without interruption.
Despite heavy rains and wind, the infrastructure in the west and east of Georgia is not affected. Tbilisi is not affected by the strong wind and heavy rain.
As the Georgian service for emergency situations reported, a few trees felled by the wind in the city and did not cause significant damage to the capital.
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