The Emergency Management Service warns society about the coming days, noting high temperatures and rainless weather will be maintained throughout Georgia and urging the population not to leave fire pits unattended.
“We would like to inform you that during the coming days, high temperatures and rainless weather will be maintained throughout Georgia. In addition, in mountainous regions, along with high air temperature, strong winds are expected, which will create factors contributing to the occurrence of forest fires.
In order to avoid possible complications, the Emergency Management Service urges you to exercise high civil responsibility, do not light fires on agricultural fields, near forests or fields, and do not leave fire pits unattended.
It should be taken into account that household waste can spontaneously combust, so do not pollute the environment.
If you notice smoke or fire, immediately inform the Public Security Management Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs “112,” reads the statement.