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In the coming weeks, Indonesia will begin issuing warnings for the public to avoid travel to Mount Sinabung, which is also known as Mount Sinarang, which has been a major hotspot for volcanic eruptions.

On Wednesday, Indonesia’s volcano monitoring authority issued a warning for people to avoid traveling to the mountain, which had been declared an active volcano on Monday, and warned that the volcano could erupt at any time.

The warning also said people should be cautious and refrain from eating, drinking and using metal utensils on Mount Sinagang.

If you’re in an area affected by a volcano, make sure you are fully aware of the volcano activity and take all necessary precautions, said the agency, known as Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.

“Stay away from Mount Sinawat, avoid drinking water and stay away from lava,” the agency said in a statement.

Residents and officials in several Indonesian cities, including Jakarta, Jakarta, Surabaya and Surabayan, are already on alert for any potential eruption.

Volcanologists in Indonesia said Mount Sinavang, located in the Indonesian province of Sumatra, has been the site of active volcanism since 2010.

There are currently no known eruptions on the mountain.

Mount Sinavagat, Indonesia volcano, erupts in May.

It’s one of the most active volcanists in the world.

Source: AFP In recent years, a series of small volcanic eruks have hit the region, including one on July 1 that killed six people and left hundreds homeless.

Indonesia is home to more than a million volcanoes and is known for its volcanic activity.

People in some regions, such as the central Java province of Bali, have been warning residents to avoid visiting Mount Sinajong, the world’s largest active volcano, which was named after the Indonesian archipelago of Java. The world’s 10 deadliest volcanoes