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The operational headquarters of the Rosleskhoz commission on preventing and eliminating emergencies and ensuring fire safety recommended opening a fire hazard season in the Chita district of Transbaikalia. Forest fires have already occurred in the region due to the transfer of fire into the forest from lands of other categories.
The department also considers the violation of fire safety rules in the forests by residents as the cause of fires in Transbaikalia. According to Rosleskhoz, since the beginning of the year, 17 forest fires have been eliminated in the region, and six are being extinguished. At the same time, the thermal point is becoming more and more, many of them are unauthorized dry grass burns on agricultural lands.
The operational headquarters of the Federal Forestry Agency instructed the Ministry of Natural Resources of Transbaikalia to provide control over the work of the regional dispatch service of forestry and to strengthen interaction with the territorial divisions of the Ministry of Emergencies, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Rosselkhoznadzor, municipal authorities, owners and tenants of land adjacent to forests. Also, the agency will have to monitor the implementation of preventive burning on the lands of the forest fund.
Last week, the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources charged Transbaikalia strengthen measures to control the forest fire situation, since the first thermal points were already recorded there. According to the Aviation Protection forecast, this year the probability of exceeding multi-annual average values fire hazard already in April, the region is great in the south of Transbaikalia.
Last year, due to natural fires in Transbaikalia, which began to rage in April, 14 settlements in seven municipalities were affected. Fire destroyed more than 100 buildings and structures, left without shelter more than 300 people. 12 thousand heads of cattle died from the fire, 128 shepherd sites burned down. When extinguishing, 29 people were injured. The region had an emergency mode.