Environmental disasters across world in February

The second month of 2020 saw numerous environmental disasters that impaired climate change and vice versa, including Storm Ciara across Europe, swarms of locusts in East Africa, deadly avalanches in Turkey, and a volcanic eruption in Japan.

Here is a look at the global environmental disasters during the previous month.

Feb. 3:

There are Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in more than 50 Countries

Three more countries have registered cases of coronavirus

The new coronavirus COVID-19 already spreads in more than 50 countries. A total of 80,000 people are infected. In Italy, there are already 17 victims and 650 infected. There are 20 confirmed cases in France in the last 24 hours alone.

Rumen Radev: The Partnership between Bulgaria and Japan Provides the Opportunity for our Speeded-up Development as a Country of High Technologies and Science

There are strong spiritual ties between Bulgaria and Japan, which keep strengthening namely by deepening the relations in education, science and culture. In this way Bulgaria can rapidly develop as a country of high technologies and science. This is what Head of State Rumen Radev said, who awarded the Rector of Toyo University in Japan Dr.

Croatia Confirms Coronavirus Case as Balkan States Boost Precautions

Croatian officials announced on Tuesday that a man who recently returned from Milan in Italy has become the first confirmed coronavirus case in the country.

"Today at 11.50 we got test results for a Croat who was staying in Milan. He shows milder signs of the illness," Health Minister Vili Beros told a press conference.

It has been confirmed: Two Serbs infected with coronavirus

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic confirmed the information.
Dacic told Tanjug that two of the remaining eleven Serbian citizens, crew members aboard the "Diamond Princess", quarantined in Yokohama, Japan, had been tested positive for a coronavirus today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
These are the S.O. (29) and M.T. (30).

World's Oldest Man Dies at 112

Japanese Chitetsu Watanabe was 112 years old. The man from Niigata Prefecture was officially named the oldest man on the planet on February 12, according to the British newspaper Mirror.

Watanabe would be 113 years old in just 11 days. He took the title of the oldest man from another Japanese, Masazo Nonaka, who died at the age of 113 at the end of January.