Weak earthquakes have been registered on the territory of Bulgaria, Greece, Albania and Western Turkey overnight, an inquiry of FOCUS News Agency on the official website of the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre shows.

A 2-magnitude earthquake was registered in Bulgaria at 19:18 on Wednesday. The epicenter of the jolt was located 22km to the North of the town of Montana, 14km to the Southwest from the village of Valchedram and 90km to the Northwest from the Romanian town of Craiova.

Earlier, at 16:26, there was a 2-magnitude earthquake with epicenter at 99kim to the South from the capital Sofia, 17km to the Southeast from the town of Blagoevgrad and at 7kim to the East from the town of Simitli.

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Weak earthquakes registered in Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, West Turkey

Weak earthquakes have been registered on the territory of Bulgaria, Greece, Albania and Western Turkey overnight, an inquiry of FOCUS News Agency on the official website of the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre shows.

A 2-magnitude earthquake was registered in Bulgaria at 19:18 on Wednesday. The epicenter of the jolt was located 22km to the North of the town of Montana, 14km to the Southwest from the village of Valchedram and 90km to the Northwest from the Romanian town of Craiova.

Earlier, at 16:26, there was a 2-magnitude earthquake with epicenter at 99kim to the South from the capital Sofia, 17km to the Southeast from the town of Blagoevgrad and at 7kim to the East from the town of Simitli.

Read the article on Focus Information Agency (Bulgaria)

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