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In Transbaikalia continue to fight with fires

Fire prevention activities continue to be held in Trans-Baikal Territory, where at the moment, according to the data of the regional State Forest Service, 60 fires with a total area of ​​more than 8 thousand hectares are registered. Fires operate in 14 areas: Aginskoye, Akshinskoye, Aleksandrovo-Zavodskoye, Baleysky, Duldurginsky, Karymsky, Krasnochikoysk, Olovyanninskoye, Ononsky, Petrovsk-Zabaikalsky, Uletovsk, Khilok and Chita districts of the Transbaikal Region.

Fires liquidate by the specialists of the forest guard and paratroopers, more than 1 500 thousand people are involved in the works. In addition, 270 units of special equipment work.

The forest service of the Trans-Baikal Territory asks local residents not to visit forests for security reasons, and also not to build fires and not to burn garbage in connection with the danger of the transition of fire to residential buildings.

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