There are no prerequisites for more powerful tremors on the occupied peninsula, as reported by a Russian seismologist.
An earthquake occurred in the Black Sea near the Russian-occupied Crimean peninsula. Its magnitude was 3 points, as reported by the so-called. “adviser to the head of Crimea” Oleg Kryuchkov in his Telegram channel.
A series of tremors occurred in the afternoon near the coast of the peninsula, but it did not affect the local residents in any way.
“The duty officer of the Alushta seismic station received information that at 16.25 (15:25 Kyiv time – ed.) in the Black Sea at a distance of 25 km from the coastal territory of the urban district of Alushta and at a depth of 15 km, an earthquake with a magnitude of up to 3 points was recorded at the epicenter,” the statement said.
As a result, there is no destruction. In addition, Russian seismologists noted that they do not see any prerequisites for stronger tremors that will lead to irreparable consequences.
“According to operational data, the depth of the earthquake is 30 km in the Black Sea. It happened just south of Gurzuf and was weakly felt. It was a single push and does not pose a threat. There are no prerequisites for further ones,” Igor Kalinyuk, deputy director of the Institute of Seismology of the Republic of Kazakhstan, said in a commentary to Russian media.
Recall that on the night of February 26-27, an earthquake occurred in Ukraine. Tremors with a force of 3.3 points were recorded at a depth of 2 km and 19 km west of Mukachevo. Vibrations are felt by many people in buildings and cars.
On February 14, the Foreign Ministry announced that five Ukrainians died as a result of earthquakes in Turkey, their bodies were found under the rubble. Currently, the Embassy of Ukraine in Turkey is preparing documents for the repatriation of the bodies of dead citizens to their homeland. The evacuation of the injured is also being prepared.
Also on February 14, an earthquake again struck southwestern Romania, with a magnitude of 5.7. It turned out to be even stronger than the one that was the day before.
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