Turkey's wildfire burned for 3 days, causing 4 deaths: the president declared the affected area to be the disaster area and will investigate the cause of the fire

  Overseas Network, July 31. According to Reuters, a wildfire disaster occurred on the southern coast of Turkey. The fire has been burning for three consecutive days, killing at least four people.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on the 31st that areas affected by wildfires will be classified as disaster areas.

  The Russian Satellite News Agency reported on the 31st that Erdogan announced through the social platform that the area affected by the wildfire is the disaster area and will take all necessary measures to deal with the disaster.

At the same time, the Turkish government will also launch an investigation into the cause of the fire to investigate people as the cause.

The Turkish government announced that wildfires caused at least 50 people to be injured and hospitalized.

  At present, many mountain fires in Turkey are still burning, and the fires have also attacked some tourist attractions in Turkey. Many hotels in the Gulf resort cities of Bodrum and Marmaris have been forced to close.

(Overseas Net Wang Xiaoyu)