President of the United States of America, Joe BidenOn Monday, it offered Japan “any assistance” it needs to recover from the 7.6-magnitude earthquake that affected the country's west coast, resulting in shocking damage and issuing a tsunami warning.
The President indicated in a statement that his government In contact with Japanese authorities He stressed that the United States is ready to provide “any assistance” necessary to Japan.
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“As close allies, the United States and Japan share a deep bond of friendship that unites our peoples. “Our thoughts are with the Japanese people in these difficult times.” This was stated by the American President.
A strong earthquake struck Ishikawa Prefecture on Monday, on the western coast of central Japan, and forced the activation of a tsunami warning in most parts of the archipelago, in addition to causing major damage and leaving at least six people buried under the rubble.
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The quake, which was felt even in Tokyo, occurred on the Noto Peninsula at 4:10 pm (7:10 GMT). The Japan Meteorological Agency initially estimated the quake's magnitude to be 7.4, although it later revised it. Its estimates. The size increases by twenty.
The agency also initially said that the quake occurred near the ground, then determined its epicenter at a depth of 16 kilometers.
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