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About 600 hectares of forest burns in Chukotka

About 600 hectares of forest burns in Chukotka
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In the Far East, four forest fires have been recorded. The largest is in Chukotka.

According to the press service of the Aviation Protection Agency, there are 11 forest fires in an area of ​​2449 hectares in total in Russia. The largest among the Far Eastern regions is recorded in Chukotka - there, on the lands of the forest fund, 597 hectares of forest burn.

Forest fire workers in Yakutia extinguish a major fire - there an area of ​​400 hectares is covered by fire. 75 hectares of loess burn in Buryatia, ten hectares in the Khabarovsk Territory, and nine hectares in the Amur Region.

Previously operated fire in the territory of the Botchinsky reserve in the Khabarovsk Territory was liquidated. The territory of 5,5 thousand hectares was put out. 
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