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A fire regime was introduced in another district of the Khabarovsk Territory

A fire regime was introduced in another district of the Khabarovsk Territory
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In the Sunny region of the Khabarovsk Territory, a special fire regime was introduced. On its territory, a fire of six thousand hectares was recorded.

According to the press service of the regional government, over the past day in the region, the number of registered thermal hot spots has grown to five. At the same time, the largest fire was registered in the Solnechny district of the region - six km from the village of Evoron. The cause of the fire, according to the regional government, is local residents who prepare places for collecting ferns and set fire to the forest. 

The fires were recorded near the villages of Amgun in the Solnechny district, Sanboli and Bolon in the Amur district, and Kukan in the Khabarovsk district. The fire does not threaten settlements, foresters expect to eliminate fires in a day. 

In total, in the Khabarovsk Territory, a special fire regime has been introduced in six districts: Amursky, Bikinsky, Vyazemsky, Lazo, Solnechny and Khabarovsky. Citizens are prohibited from going into the forest, making fires and throwing cigarette butts. Otherwise, large fines await violators.

In other regions, a fire regime has also been introduced. Thus, additional measures to combat forest fires are in force Jewish autonomy, The Amur Region and Transbaikalia

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