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Access to forested areas has been banned in Turkey

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Access to forested areas has been banned in some provinces of Turkey due to the risk of fire due to a sharp rise in temperature and strong winds.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from Istanbul Governor Ali Yerlikaya.

It was noted that the bans, which will last from July 30 to August 31, cover the country's Istanbul, Gaziantep, Canakkale, Balikesir and Kocaeli provinces.

Date
2021.07.30 / 19:56
Author
Nurlana Ahmadova
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