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Ukraine to provide humanitarian aid to earthquake-hit Croatia

Source : 112 Ukraine

Zelensky signed a corresponding decree
22:20, 4 January 2021

Associated Press.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed decree No. 1/2021 "On the provision of humanitarian aid to the Republic of Croatia." The corresponding decree was published on the website of the head of the state.

"In order to help overcome the consequences of the emergency situation in the Republic of Croatia as a result of the earthquake, in accordance with Article 10 of the Law of Ukraine "On Humanitarian Aid" I decide to provide humanitarian aid to the Republic of Croatia," the decree reads.

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Thus, according to the document, the Cabinet of Ministers will provide humanitarian aid to Croatia to overcome the consequences of the emergency.

As we reported earlier, on Tuesday, December 28, 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. 

According to the latest data, the death toll from the earthquake in Croatia has reached seven people.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his condolences on the earthquakes.

"Deep condolences to Croatia because of the victims of the earthquake. Ukraine prays for all those who suffer from this disaster and wishes strength and endurance. Let all the misfortunes go away this year," he said.

Related: Seismologists record 1.8 magnitude earthquake in Zakarpattia region

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