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FEFD regions are called the most fire hazardous in the country

FEFD regions are called the most fire hazardous in the country
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The list of the most fire hazardous regions of the country includes six regions of the Far East. The maximum number of dry grass bollards was recorded in the Trans-Baikal Territory - there are now more than 5,5 thousand foci there.

According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, a difficult situation has also developed in the Amur Region - there are more than 2,6 thousand foci of dry grass fires. In Buryatia, Primorsky Krai and Altai, about 1,5 thousand fires in forests and fields are currently recorded. In the Khabarovsk Territory - the smallest number of fires - there are about a thousand.

Earlier it was reported that the situation with natural fires worsened in some regions of the Far East. The head of the Ministry of Emergencies, Yevgeny Zinichev, called the situation with forest fires in the Far Eastern Federal District critical.

Since the beginning of the year, almost 47 thousand fire centers of dry vegetation have already been identified in Russia. This is almost 10% more than in the first quarter of last year.

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