Singapore back in trouble with

Singapore back in trouble with smog submissions neighbor, Indonesia. Minister of Environment and Water Resources of Singapore, Vivian Balakrishnan, upset over the same issue that always befall the country every year.

He shed his anger over the smog problem in his official account on Facebook page on Tuesday night. “Again. Dots of fire increased dramatically in Sumatra, which looks 458 today. Fog can be more severe when winds weaken next week. Chance of rain, but not enough to extinguish the fire,” wrote Balakrishnan.

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“We will seek to encourage them to act, but we all know that welfare is not a priority of their near neighbors. That’s the harsh reality of regional politics,” said Balakrishnan, without elaborating further.

Posts Balakrishnan received a number of responses that people who expressed their sympathy over the problems that plagued Singapore. kolang kaling They also suggest applying various Singapore government of Indonesia to crack down on smog problem does not always happen.

According to the news station Channel News Asia, Balakrishnan’s comments came after the pulp and paper company Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL) warned that smog season this year will be longer than usual because fires happen earlier.

APRIL, the pulp and paper company the second largest in Asia, reported 55 fires near his plantation in the first five weeks of the year. According to the Environment Agency pages Singapore (NEA) on Tuesday there were 458 hotspots and 246 of them are located in the province of Riau. The amount is two times larger than last Monday, which is 187.
Potential distribution haze from Sumatra to Singapore this week predicted lower still. However, according to the NEA, Singapore at some time begin to look a little haze that accumulates under stable atmospheric conditions.


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