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Access to the Forest is Strictly Prohibited In Buryatia
8.08.2017 17:04
Access to the Forest is Strictly Prohibited In Buryatia
(Source: http://iz.ru/629678/2017-08-08)

Acting head of the Republic of Buryatia Aleksei Tsydenov signed a decree on introducing a regime of emergencies that arose as a result of forest fires, the republican Forestry Agency reports.


      
"Access to the forest is strictly prohibited, including for the collection of mushrooms, berries and other wild plants, as well as for recreation outside tourist bases, sanatoria and health institutions," the report said. Penalty for violation of the ban is from four to five hundred thousand rubles. According to the Federal Aviation Security Service at the beginning of Tuesday, there are 17 fires in the territory of the forest fund in the area of ​​923 hectares in Buryatia, as well as three fires on the lands of specially protected natural areas with a total area of ​​173 hectares. Previously, the regime of emergencies was introduced in Buryatia from June 13 to July 24.

Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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