2.3 magnitude earthquake hits Armenian-Turkish border
A 2.3 magnitude earthquake hit Armenian-Turkish border Thursday, August 2, 07:37 local time, National Seismic Protection Service of Emergency Ministry reported.
The earthquake occurred 5 km west of Artashat town, with tremors measuring at 3 in the epicenter.
The earthquake’s hypocenter was located at a depth of 5 km. According to preliminary reports, in Artashat, the tremors were measured at 2-3.
A 2.5 magnitude quake struck Nakhichevan-Armenia border Wednesday, August 1, 22:54 local time. It is reported that the quake occurred 16 km west of the town of Kajaran. The tremors were measured at 3-4 in the epicenter.
The quake’s hypocenter was located at a depth of 5 km. According to preliminary reports, in Kajaran, the tremors were measured at 2-3.