The air in Belgrade was polluted yesterday morning due to an increase in the presence of PM 10 and PM 2.5 dust particles, the website Beoeko reported. Out of eight measuring points, seven towns in Serbia received the grade “polluted”, while the eighth town – Lazarevac – was reported as “heavily polluted”.
The PM 2.5 parameter is in the red zone at seven points, while Lazarevac is in the purple zone, meaning highly polluted.
According to Beta news agency, yesterday morning, according to the IQAir website, Belgrade had the most polluted air in the world. Behind Belgrade was Delhi in India, Karachi in Pakistan, Wuhan in China, Mumbai in India, Krakow in Poland and Kolkata in India.
This is not the first time that Belgrade has emerged as the world’s most polluted city.
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