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The ban on being in the forests was extended in the capital of Buryatia

The ban on being in the forests was extended in the capital of Buryatia
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In Ulan-Ude, the ban on visiting forests has been extended until the end of summer. Restrictions are in effect to ensure fire safety until August 31 inclusive.

According to the press service of the Ulan-Ude mayor's office, the exception is the resting places - the islands of Komsomolsky and Bogorodsky, you can also be on the football field of the Verkhnyaya Berezovka microdistrict. Passage on public roads passing through the forest is open.

In some forest areas, picking of mushrooms and berries is allowed. Thus, wild plants can be harvested in the microdistricts of Arshan, Verkhnyaya Berezovka and at 6 km of the Spirtzavodskaya highway.

Ulan-Ude authorities regularly extend the ban to stay in the woods. This is necessary to ensure fire safety. This year Buryatia will receive additional financing from the federal budget for extinguishing fires. For these purposes, the republic was allocated about 237,8 million rubles.

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