China News Service, Nanning, February 22 (Lin Hao and Wang Yizhao) On February 22, the Emergency Management Department of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region introduced that recently, meteorological drought has continued to occur in Baise, Hechi and other places in northern and western Guangxi, and the forest fire danger level is high. As time went by, many forest fires broke out.

Guangxi has taken effective measures to curb the frequent occurrence of forest fires.

At present, the overall forest fire situation is under control, and there have been no casualties.

  In the three days from February 18 to 20, the national satellite forest fire monitoring system discovered a total of 22 satellite hot spots in northern and western Guangxi.

On February 21, three forest fires broke out in Baise and Hechi.

Among them, a mountain fire broke out in Youping Township, Leye County, with the burned area of ​​about 250 acres. There was strong wind of about level 6 at the scene, and the fire field expanded to about 2,000 acres; a forest fire broke out in Pojie Township, Tian'e County, with the burned area of ​​about 100 acres; Tian'e County A forest fire broke out in Nazhi Township, E County, covering an area of ​​about 70 acres.

  In response to the severe forest fire danger situation, Guangxi has further consolidated prevention and control responsibilities, strengthened fire source management, and launched a forest fire Level IV emergency response in areas with high forest fire dangers across the region.

The Guangxi Emergency Management Department and the Forestry Bureau of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region have respectively dispatched working groups to supervise special forest fire prevention and extinguishing work in cities and counties with high fire risk.

At the same time, Guangxi also dispatched 315 members of the Guangxi Mobile Team of the National Fire and Rescue Bureau and 2 aviation firefighting helicopters to deploy defense and perform rescue missions in key areas.

  On February 21, Guangxi held an emergency video dispatch meeting for forest fire prevention and firefighting work to further mobilize and deploy the current forest fire prevention and firefighting work. It required departments at all levels to not take chances or relax in the slightest, and to firmly establish bottom-line thinking and Think to the limit and do your best to prevent and extinguish forest fires.

We must maintain a high degree of vigilance against the current situation, strengthen prevention and control measures, strictly manage fire sources, comprehensively rectify hidden dangers, and do a good job in publicity and education; we must immediately escalate the response to ensure the absolute safety of firefighting; we must strengthen on-duty duty and submit information in strict accordance with the prescribed procedures. .

We must resolutely adhere to the "two bottom lines" of ensuring that no major man-made forest fires occur and that no casualties occur.