In year 2013 Belgrade had 13.700 fire hydrants installed. How many Athens has?
btw I meant the floods in 2014.
I was talking about fire hydrants because the you would've fought the fire more easily if there were fire hydrants. Concerning 2014 floods in Serbia its due to the lack of urban planing control. Most of the buildings that got destroyed or damaged during the floods weren't charted on the maps. For the government they didn't exist until the disaster happened. Many of those houses in Obrenovac didn't weren't legalized because urban planners of the communist era knew there was exposure to the floods in that areas. However people built the houses and there was no control to stop them from building or at least to enhance the banks of the rivers, because nobody cared for that.
A bit of the history: The biggest urban planners of Belgrade, and Serbia in general, were Obrenovic dynasty. The sewer system in center of the city was engineered by Milutin Milankovic himself, and it was so nicely done that it lasted for 100 years without the need for the reconfiguration. Karadjordjevic dynasty was way worse than both Obrenovic's and the communists. But still even Karadjordjevic's were better than the modern governments in last 28 years. They done nothing or even worse put us in dangers that Athens is facing. That's why I don't see them as the government of the Serbs.