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Forest fire area increased again in Chukotka

Forest fire area increased again in Chukotka
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Forest fires in Chukotka amounted to almost eight hectares. A major fire is also registered in the Magadan region.

According to the press service of Avialesohrana, on the morning of June 11, there are 25 forest fires in Russia. The two largest fires in the Chukotka Autonomous Region. Their total area amounted to 7,89 thousand hectares. From yesterday traversed by fire the area has almost doubled.

 Two more fires are operating in the Magadan region. The fire spread to an area of ​​more than one thousand hectares.

Almost throughout the Far East, a special fire regime has been introduced. Over the past day, 36 fires with a total area of ​​523 hectares were eliminated on the territory of Russia.  
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