In the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant as a result of forest fires burned over 30% of tourist facilities, said the Director of the Agency “Chernobyl tour” Jaroslav Emelianenko.

“More than 30% of the tourist locations is lost completely and cannot be recovered. Because we have shown in multi-day tours old Soviet recreation… Lost completely many villages of Polissya Lost… even some metal locations”, – he said in the air of hromadske.

Emelianenko said that the planned negotiations with the administration for the restoration of the world.

“Maybe even using modern technology like augmented reality. Because we need to show people who come, at least, what was here”, – he explained.

Emelianenko said that the main locations such as modal city of Chernobyl, the city of Chernobyl-2, a military camp with a radar station and town of Pripyat was not injured.

As reported, on April 4 at 13:22 in gschs reported that in the exclusion zone and unconditional (mandatory) evacuation zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant near Vladimirovka village Kotovskogo forestry emerged crown fire in the area of 20 ha. After this, there were new outbreaks of the burning, continued their liquidation. At the same time the fire, despite the work of rescuers, to move freely because of the wind, and as a result reached the city of Pripyat and dangerous objects in the exclusion Zone.

After 16.00 on 13 April, there was a worsening of the situation due to heavy wind, the fire became difficult to control. In addition, the fire approached the site of the new safe confinement (NSC) of the ChNPP to a distance of about 500m. Therefore, SSES has sent a greater number of equipment and personnel for fire fighting: on Monday, fire aircraft flew 227 sorties were used 500 tons of water. Rain that fell in the area, helped firefighters deal with the situation faster.

Day in gschs reported that the fire in the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was extinguished but rescuers need a few more days to pay off corruption remaining after the fire. Background radiation in the exclusion zone did not increase.