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Forest fire equipment continues to arrive in Transbaikalia

Forest fire equipment continues to arrive in Transbaikalia

Another batch of forest-fire equipment, provided within the framework of the federal project “Forest Preservation” of the national project Ecology, arrived in Zabaykalsky Krai. This time, the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Territory received 12 UAZ vehicles, 14 Tank trucks of the GAZ-33081 brand, three URAL tractors and 10 tractors with attached equipment that have already gone to the fire departments. The previous batch of UAZ and GAZ vehicles was purchased for the amount of about 16,5 million rubles.

In addition to strengthening fire brigades, the regional leadership draws the attention of citizens to the problem of preserving the forests of Transbaikalia. Recently, the relay race “#Needisgoretsvoymuzavtra” was launched, in which residents of the region publish their photos on social networks with participation in the improvement of the forest and other thematic events. In mid-September, the jury will sum up the results of the competition and award the winners. Also involved in the relay are media personalities and the media.

In 2019, in Transbaikalia, there was a ban on visiting forests due to class IV - V fire hazard situations. It began in April of this year, when part of the forest caught fire, and then was renewed several times. Restrictions did not affect only employees of the forest guards, hunting, police involved in the prevention of forest fires and the prevention of crimes in the forest sector, as well as repair teams and forest firefighters.