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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

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Aleksandar Vučić  zagreb zemljotres

Photo: Tanjug/Rade Prelic, Tanjug/Milica Vuckovic

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

(Telegraf.rs)

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