GORNO-ALTAISK, March 6 (Itar-Tass) — A new quake was fixed in Russia’s republic of Tuva at 14:49 local time (10:49 Moscow time) on Tuesday, sources from the press service of the emergencies ministry’s republican department told Tass.
They said earth tremors measuring 2.6 on the Richter scale were fixed in the epicenter, 102 kilometers north-east of the settlement of Saryg-Sep (Kaa-Hem district). Nobody was injured and there was no destruction. According to the service, 61 jolts have been fixed in Tuva since a major quake on February 26. Almost all quakes are fixed in the Kaa-Hem district.
An emergency situation regime has been imposed in the region by the commission for emergency situations at the republican government.