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ECHO Daily Map of 14 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 13 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 12 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 11 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 08 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 7 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 06 January 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 05 Juanuary 2021

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ECHO Daily Map of 04 January 2021

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Croatia - Earthquake
  • On 30 December, several strong aftershocks have been recorded, following the devastating earthquake, which hit Croatia on 29 December.
  • Croatian authorities reported seven deaths and 24 injured people. Search and rescue operations, performed by the national teams, are still ongoing.
  • Substantial damage has been observed. The most affected towns are Sisak, Petrinja, Glina and the neighbouring villages. In the centre of Sisak 90% of buildings have been damaged to various degrees. The assessment activities are still ongoing.
  • Following the activation of the Union Civil Protection Mechanism, 16 countries have so far offered assistance. The Copernicus Emergency Management Service has been triggered in support of the Croatian authorities.
  • On 30 December, the Commissioner for Crisis management Janez Lenarcic, the Commissioner for Democracy and Demography Ms Dubravka Šuica and the Head of European Commission Representation in Zagreb, Ognian Zlatev, paid a visit and met with the Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic and officials, who have been actively involved in the response operations.

ECHO Daily Map of 30 December 2020

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Croatia - Earthquake
  • On  29 December, 12:19 local time, an earthquake of 6.4M,10 km depth, occurred near the town of Petrinja in the Sisacko-moslavacka county, Croatia. A number of aftershocks followed.
  • According to the latest information from the Croatian authorities, so far, there are seven deaths and many injured people.
  • The most affected areas are the towns of Sisak, Petrinja and Glina with the surrounding villages. Damages were recorded also in Karlovacka and Zagrebacka counties.
  • All operational forces (civil protection, military, police, mountain rescue service, firefighters) are deployed in the Sisacko-moslavacka county.
  • The power plant “Krško” was automatically shut down due to security reasons. 
  • Affected people have been evacuated to schools, military facilities and neighboring towns. The Covid-19 patients were transported to Zagreb.
  • The Croatian Red Cross organizes food and water distribution.
  • The Union Civil Protection Mechanism has been activated, and assistance from Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, France, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia and Turkey has been offered.
  •  The Copernicus Emergency Mapping Service (EMSR491) has been triggered.
  • The European commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarcic, will be visiting Croatia today in support of the response efforts.
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