Announcement of a 24-hour crisis management alert after the earthquake in Ashgabat

The head of the Crisis Management Organization announced the readiness of this organization to provide relief and service facilities after the Tabas earthquake in Ashgabat.

Muhammad Hassan Nami in an interview with reporters. Referring to an earthquake near Ashgabat, he said: At 4:70 am today, 22 Shahrivar, an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale occurred near Ashgabat, the city of Tapas.

He pointed out that this earthquake occurred at 56.73 longitude and 34.2 and 8 kilometers longitude from the Earth’s surface, and said: According to the earthquake center’s announcement, two aftershocks of magnitude 2.6 and 3.6 occurred at 4:39 and 5:00. In 21 minutes. The epicenter of this earthquake was 25 km from Ashgabat, 69 km from Tapas and 74 km from Charfieh.

The head of the country’s Crisis Management Organization issued a warning to relief and service providers in the country and said: Of course, no damages have been reported from this earthquake, so there is no reason for citizens to be concerned. In the event of such an earthquake, one should be careful to be more prepared for such incidents. Indeed, our dear ones must be prepared to deal with natural disasters.

Nami continued: We have informed all relief and service organizations in the earthquake-affected areas of the need to be very careful during the next 24 hours and to take the necessary measures in this regard.

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