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Ukraine provides $706,961 aid to Croatia after to overcome consequences of earthquake

Source : 112 Ukraine

The earthquake of this power took place the last time in 1880 near Zagreb
15:00, 6 January 2021

Earthquake in Croatia
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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine supported the decision to allocate 20 million hryvnia ($706,961) from the contingency fund as the humanitarian aid for Croatia for events to overcome the consequences of the large-scale earthquake as Representative of the Cabinet of Ministers at the Verkhovna Rada Vasyl Mokan reported.

“By a particular decision at today’s extraordinary meeting, the government allocated 20 million hryvnia ($706,961) from the contingency fund as the humanitarian aid for Croatia for events to overcome the consequences of the large-scale earthquake that took place on December 29, 2020,” Mokan noted.

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Besides, he noted that the earthquake of this power took place the last time in 1880 near Zagreb.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed decree No. 1/2021 "On the provision of humanitarian aid to the Republic of Croatia." Thus, according to the document, the Cabinet of Ministers will provide humanitarian aid to Croatia to overcome the consequences of the emergency.

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As we reported earlier, an earthquake of magnitude 6,3 occurred 46 km southeast of Zagreb (population - about 698,000 people). Three new earthquakes were reported the next day on December 29. 

 

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