Dastan Eleukenov: Well, the first thing is that it is a mysterious island, and second of all, the island began to turn rapidly into a peninsula. In the late, in the mid-90s, it was still an island. And then environmentalists, and not only environmentalists, but medical specialists, became concerned that rodents were going there over dry land, of course, and they could also be carriers of the substances that were developed over there, any remaining agents. Because after all, the spores are pretty hardy, and they're not so easy to destroy. But thank God, nothing has happened so far.