Since the Cold War hasn’t taken place something like this.
The German executive advises citizens to always have a supply of water and food in case of disaster.
The news is in the Frankfurter Allgemeine, which accounts not only of the 69-page plan of the German authorities but also of what is advised.
All citizens should have reserves equivalent to water for five days (about two liters of water daily per person) and food for 10 days.
Although the same internal document from the Interior Ministry highlights that an attack “is unlikely,” the warning comes as prevention for possible disaster.
It is recalled that the Germans did not receive similar advice from the Cold War.
For now, lacking many details about the plan of the ministry but on the table will also be the possibility of the return of compulsory military service, that after the country recently been the target of attacks, particularly in Bavaria.