Consulate General: No Azerbaijani citizens among victims of earthquake in Iran

Mon 13 November 2017 07:59 GMT | 11:59 Local Time

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According to preliminary report, there are no Azerbaijani citizens among those who died and got injured in Iran earthquake.

Report was informed in the Consulate General of Azerbaijan to Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) that no such reports were received by relevant authorities of Iran. In addition, there was no appeal from Azerbaijani citizens living in Iran and registered in the Consulate General.

The Consulate General declared that Azerbaijani citizens are mainly living in provinces of Iran which did not suffer from earthquake.

7.3 magnitude earthquake occurred at night on November 13 on the Iranian-Iraqi border.

The epicenter of quakes was 32 km north of Iranian city Sarpol-e Zahab and 100 km south-east of Sulaymaniyah city of Iraq. 211 people became victims of quake about 2500 injured.

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