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A fire broke out in the natural parks bordering China and North Korea in Russia’s coastal Krai

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A fire broke out in the natural parks bordering China and North Korea in Russia's coastal Krai

According to a report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 11th, the Environmental Protection Procuratorate of the Amur River Basin announced the beginning of reviewing the facts of the fire in Hassan Natural Park in the southern Krai.

Sources pointed out that the natural park in the southern part of the Krai is a specially protected natural area at the level of the Krai.

It was established to protect wetlands in the waterfowl habitat of the Tumanaya Delta.

The Tumanaya River is the border river between China and North Korea, and the lower reaches are the border river between North Korea and North Korea.

According to Oliga Demnikova, a spokesman for the Natural Elements Charity Foundation, on Facebook, the nature park fire started on January 7-9, and one of the volunteer teams participated in fighting the fire.

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