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In Primorye, the number of forest fires has sharply increased

In Primorye, the number of forest fires has sharply increased
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In the Primorsky Territory, the area of ​​forest and natural fires has increased. According to experts, such a sharp leap began after the increased frequency of agricultural burns.

As EastRussia was told in the regional government, holding agricultural burners is illegal. However, as noted in the regional Ministry of Forestry, if the field is burning from four sides at once, then most likely it is purposeful fell. Due to the actions of unscrupulous farmers, they plan to introduce a special fire-prevention regime in the region.

On 24 October alone, ten fires took place in Primorye on an area of ​​324 hectares. Seven of them were eliminated by Monday. This morning, firefighters continued to work on four fires on the lands of the forest front in the Dalnerechensky, Pozharsky districts, Anuchinsky and Terneisky districts. The fire remained on an area of ​​about 115 hectares. In the Khanka region, a fire was also recorded on an area of ​​20 hectares.

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