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A special fire regime was introduced in 10 districts of the Sakhalin region

A special fire regime was introduced in 10 districts of the Sakhalin region
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In the Sakhalin Region, due to the increased threat of grass fire, a special fire control regime was introduced. Residents of ten districts are prohibited from using open fire and making bonfires.

According to the press service of the regional government, a special regime has been introduced in the Uglegorsk and Nevel districts. A little earlier, restrictions due to the threat of fire spread were introduced in the South Kuril, Kholm, Tomarinsky and Smirnykh districts. Also, soon restrictions will be introduced in Anivsky, Dolinsky and Korsakovsky urban districts, in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.

A special regime involves a ban on bonfires, work using open fire. Also, the islanders need to clean up their garbage so that it does not cause a fire. Fines for violation of the fire regime can be up to four thousand rubles for citizens, up to 30 thousand rubles for officials, up to 400 thousand rubles for legal entities. In some cases, the perpetrator of a forest fire may face criminal liability.
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