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Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavushoghlu speaks to the Greek counterpart after a 5.9 magnitude quake hits Greece. reports citing foreign media that expressing solidarity with Greece, Turkey’s foreign minister Wednesday offered help to his Greek counterpart after a strong earthquake rocked the country, according to diplomatic sources.

Speaking to Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias by phone, Mevlut Cavushoghlu said Turkey is ready to help Greece in case of need, added the sources, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.

Cavushoghlu made the phone call during his meeting with Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani, who is on an official visit to the capital Ankara, the sources added.

A 5.9 magnitude earthquake hit the northwest of the Greek city of Larissa just before 12.16 p.m. local time (1016GMT) on Wednesday.

The quake’s epicentre was northwest of Larissa, Greece’s fifth-most populous city, according to the Institute of Geodynamics in the capital Athens.

No injuries or damage have been reported from the region so far.

2021.03.03 / 17:12
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