The Drina river, which partially overflowed in Semberija in the Janja weekend settlement, is slowly receding into its bed, the City Administration announced.
The water level of the Drina at 7:00 a.m. at the water measuring station Radalj is 426 centimeters and is decreasing by 84 centimeters since the last report yesterday.
The flow of the Drina at the Zvornik Hydroelectric Power Plant this morning is 1,893 cubic meters per second, at the Višegrad Hydroelectric Power Plant 1,458, and at the Bajina Bašta Hydroelectric Power Plant 1,593 cubic meters per second.
The water levels of the rivers in the area of Zvornik are being stabilized at all critical points.
The water level of the Sava River at 7:00 a.m. at the Jamena water measuring station is 977 centimeters and has increased by 90 centimeters in the last 24 hours.
The water level of the Sava exceeded the regular level of flood protection by seven centimeters. The water level of the river Janja in Bijeljina is decreasing, Gnjica and Lukavac are increasing slightly, but they are in their beds and within normal limits.
The report on the water level states that the monitoring and inspection of the area along the river watercourses continues and that, if necessary, other measures from the Flood Protection and Rescue Plan will be taken.