Путин в джинсах полез на пепелище

4 Августа 2010, 15:26


Премьер России в Воронеже встретился с людьми, дома которых были уничтожены во время пожаров. Фото AFP

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at burnt trees in the forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with a firefighter while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) speaks with firefighters while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at burnt trees in the forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with a firefighter while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at burnt trees in the forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at burnt trees in the forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with a firefighter while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) speaks with firefighters while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (2L) looks at trees while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at burnt trees in the forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) shakes hands with a firefighter while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) speaks with firefighters while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (2L) looks at trees while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks at trees while visiting the burnt out forest areas near Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) holds the hand of a small girl while meeting with people who lost their homes to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) speaks with a man who lost his home to fire during a visit to Voronezh on August 4, 2010. President Dmitry Medvedev interrupted his holiday to hold emergency talks on Russia's worst forest fires in modern history as firefighters struggled to contain the crisis. The area ablaze expanded by several thousand hectares in the past day as hundreds of new fires started in a disaster that has already claimed 48 lives, the emergencies ministry said. AFP PHOTO / RIA NOVOSTI / POOL / ALEXEY NIKOLSKY , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) walks to meet firefighters near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) and Voronezh region Governor Alexei Gordeyev (L) are escorted by a local Rescue Minister officer at an airport in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. Putin arrived to Voronezh to observe situation with wildefires in the region. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) meets with firefighters at the site of recent wildfires near the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV , Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) listens to people displaced from their homes by wildfires, at their temporary living place in the city of Voronezh on August 4, 2010. A heatwave has engulfed central parts of European Russia since mid June, pushing temperatures to the highest levels since records began and sparking forest fires that have killed at least 48 people. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DENIS SINYAKOV

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