Last minute: The flames have approached the nuclear power plant … The smoke from the fire in Siberia has reached the North Pole!

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In many parts of the world, firefighting continues at full speed.

One of the countries struggling with the fires is Russia. The fire, which has been going on for weeks in Russia’s Siberia region, has burned nearly 4 million hectares of land.

A photo revealing the dimensions of the fire is from the American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

In the frame shared by NASA, smoke from the fire was seen to reach the North Pole, 3,000 kilometers away. Experts called this situation a “historic first”.

On the other hand, fires now threaten nuclear research laboratories and hundreds of homes in the region.

According to reports from the British Daily Mail, serious forest fires threaten a top-secret Russian nuclear research center in the city of Sarov, where a state of emergency has been declared.

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According to the same news, the latest strategic missiles, including Putin’s new hypersonic arsenal, are being designed at the facility in question.

Russia’s response to the fire continues with thousands of people, including IL-76 planes, BE-200 planes and six Mi-8 helicopters.

According to information published in the country’s press, the evacuation of many villages in the region is continuing.

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