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In eight regions of the Khabarovsk Territory, a fire regime was introduced

In eight regions of the Khabarovsk Territory, a fire regime was introduced
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Warming in the Khabarovsk Territory can provoke forest fires. Therefore, the regional authorities introduced a special fire regime in eight districts from April 10.

According to the regional press service, the regime began to operate in the Amur, Bikinsky, Verkhnebureinsky, Vyazemsky, Lazo, Nanaisky, Solnechny, Khabarovsk regions, as well as in the city of Khabarovsk. According to authorities, up to nine outbreaks of forest fires now occur daily, the maximum area of ​​fires has been recorded recently and amounted to about six thousand hectares.

Now firefighters liquidate fires in 13 outbreaks on an area of ​​989 hectares. Since the introduction of a special regime in the forests, it is forbidden to carry out any flammable work, to make bonfires. It is also prohibited to drive into the forest by car. Penalties for individuals for violation of the regime may be from four thousand rubles, and for legal entities - up to 500 thousand rubles.

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