After landslide in Papua – New Guinea more than 2 thousand

more than 2 thousand people were under the rubble as a result of the landing of landslide in Papua – New Guinea, the government said.

The Papua-New Guinea government requested help from the UN because of the landslide that occurred in the mountain village of Kaokalem in the Anga Province.

In a letter from the UN, the government noted that as a result of a landslide gathering, more than 2 thousand people were buried alive.

Locker Development caused serious destruction of buildings, added in the government.

The International Migration Organization (MOM) on Sunday, May 26, said that 150 houses and about 670 people turned out to be under the ground.

The landslide gathering occurred in the province of England in Papua-New Guinea on May 24.