The IPCR arrangements aim to strengthen the European Union’s ability to make rapid decisions in cases of major cross-sectoral crises that require an EU-level response. Through this mechanism, the President of the Council coordinates the political response to the crisis by bringing together EU institutions, member states and other key actors.
The aforementioned arrangements were approved by the Council on June 25, 2013. In December 2018, the Council adopted a decision turning them into a legal act.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck southern Turkey and Syria early this morning. It was felt in a large part of the country, as well as in several countries in the region. According to the USGS, the catastrophic earthquake of magnitude 7.8 occurred at 04:17 local time at a depth of approximately 17.9 kilometers. Numerous smaller earthquakes followed, but also a larger one in the same area with a magnitude of 7.7. The latest information says that more than 2,500 people are dead in Turkey and Syria, while many thousands of people are injured. A citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina is also under the ruins. In the afternoon, Turkey and Syria were hit by two new strong earthquakes. transmits n1
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