Large-scale forest fires have taken place in many areas of Russia’s Far East recently.
It is reported that on April 8, a large-scale forest fire broke out in many areas of the Russian Far East recently, with a total area of nearly 5,000 hectares. According to the statistics of Russia’s emergency department, forest fires mainly occur in Makadan, Amur, Khabarovsk border area and post-Baikal state. The most serious fire in Magadan is over 4000 hectares, mainly located in tundra.
Russia’s Far East and Siberia are adjacent to China. The spread of fires in the region may pose a threat to the northeast of China. Therefore, the Russian fires have attracted the attention of relevant Chinese departments.