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On October 11, a weekly conference call was held under the leadership of the Acting Minister of EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan.

As noted, the fire hazardous season continues to operate in 59 regions. During the week, 110 outbreaks were registered. Now, 27 fires are being extinguished on a total area of ​​more than 570 hectares in 6 regions. There are no threats to settlements and economic facilities.

Also, the department controls the flood situation. On the territory of the subjects of Siberia and the Far East, there is a steady decline in water. In 3 regions, 64 country houses and more than 250 household plots remain flooded. Khabarovsk Territory, Amur and Jewish Autonomous Regions were completely freed from water.

The elimination of the consequences of heavy rainfall in the Krasnodar Territory and the Republic of Dagestan continues. To date, the water has left the territories. The restoration of power supply continues in 7 settlements. The work of the damage assessment commissions has been organized.

During the reporting period, fire and rescue units responded to more than 5.5 thousand man-made fires, and voluntary fire brigades were involved in the elimination of more than 370 of them.

More than 1.2 thousand people were rescued by specialists of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia during the elimination of the consequences of more than 1.9 thousand road accidents. Over 180 people – in the course of rescue and search operations.

During the reporting period, pyrotechnics of the department discovered and neutralized more than 200 dangerous items, including 2 aerial bombs.

The department controls the safety of tourist routes by more than 150 groups with a total number of more than 2 thousand people.

Measures are being taken to ensure the readiness of housing and communal services facilities for operation in the autumn-winter period and the creation of fuel and energy resources in the regions of the Far North.

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