Vucic: Serbia will provide any kind of help that Croatia might need in the wake of the earthquake
A strong, magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the area of Petrinja in Croatia, and was also felt in Serbia
After the earthquake that hit Croatia today, the president of Serbia said that his country would provide any kind of help that might be needed.
"I'm very sorry. I hope there are no casualties. Serbia will provide any technical and financial assistance that may be needed. I wish Croatia to recover quickly, to quickly rebuild all facilities," he said.
A strong, magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the area of Petrinja in Croatia, and was also felt in Serbia.
The center of Petrinja has been completely destroyed, while a 12-year-old girl has been killed. A large number of Zagreb residents left their homes, and many are trying to leave the city, which has led to a traffic collapse.
Due to the earthquake, the operation of the Krsko nuclear power plant in neighboring Slovenia has been shut down as a precautionary measure.
Video: Devastating earthquake hits Croatia: Almost all houses demolished in the epicenter, people trapped in vehicles
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