Jakarta, January 7 According to the website of the Indonesian Meteorological, Climate and Geophysical Bureau, from the early morning to the morning of the 7th local time, three earthquakes of magnitude 5 or above occurred in the waters of the three provinces of the country, of which the highest magnitude was 6.4.
At 00:28 a.m. on the same day, a 5.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in the waters of Maluku Province, Indonesia.
The epicenter was 0.1 degrees south latitude, 102.54 degrees east longitude and the focal depth was 31 kilometers.
At 3:59 a.m., a 6.4 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Gulf of Tomini, Central Sulawesi Province, with the epicenter at 4.5 degrees south latitude and 1 east longitude.
02.54 degrees, with a focal depth of 131 kilometers; at 08:27, an earthquake of 5.0 occurred in the westernmost part of the country, Aceh Province.
The epicenter was 6.32 degrees north latitude and 94.1 degrees east longitude, and the focal depth was 73 kilometers.
Indonesian seismic authorities did not issue a tsunami warning for the above-mentioned earthquake.
At the time of press release, no reports of casualties and property damage caused by three earthquakes have been received.