Katla volcano Threatens to poison Europe and destroy its cities
Observers confirmed that northern Europe is in danger, commenting on the expected volcanic eruption in Iceland, where it is expected to threaten life in northern Europe.
According to the Daily Mail, the Katla volcano, located below an iceberg near an icy peak in southwestern Iceland, had been hit by the explosion in 2010 and the heavy smoke from it has disrupted 100,000 flights.
Many scientists predict that volcanic ash will cover vast areas of agricultural land, soil and destroy villages and entire residential areas, as well as disrupting road and aircraft traffic.
The volcano has already started to emit carbon dioxide on a very large scale, warning of a nearby eruption of the volcano.
In July, a torrent of water burst through the ice over the crater of Katla, causing a glare to hit the ice base, causing it to melt.