June 1, an earthquake occurred in the Ivano-Frankivsk region. Seismologists recorded 3.2-magnitude tremors (on the Richter scale). This was reported by the press service of the Main center of special monitoring.
"On June 1, 2020, the Main Center for Special Control registered an earthquake in the Ivano-Frankivsk region," the statement said.
The source of the earthquake was observed near the town of Dolyna at a depth of two kilometers at 7:22 am.
As we reported earlier, on March 22, a magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck Croatia.
The European Seismological Agency stated that a 5.3 magnitude earthquake had occurred in a vast area north of the capital of Zagreb at 6:23 a.m. The epicenter was located seven kilometers north of Zagreb at a depth of 10 kilometers.
Many buildings in Zagreb cracked, and walls and roofs were damaged. The streets of the city were littered with garbage.
Several fires were also reported. At least two other tremors were recorded later.
The earthquake occurred against the backdrop of a partial blockage of the capital due to the spread of the coronavirus.