Magnitude 3.2 quake strikes Georgian-Azerbaijani border, felt in Armenia

Magnitude 3.2 earthquake was registered at the Georgian-Azerbaijani border at 14:49 local time (10:49 Greenwich time) today. The tremor has been registered by the Armenian National Survey for Seismic Protection, the Ministry of Emergency Situations informs.

The earthquake measured 4 at the epicenter.

It was felt in the cities of Ijevan, Berd, Noyemberyan in Tavush province, as well as in the village of Shnogh in Lori province.

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