An earthquake of magnitude 5.5 occurred on Sunday in the north-western part of Myanmar, near the border with India, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).
Underground shocks are fixed in 6.47 on time UTC (9.47 MSK). The epicenter was located 86 kilometers east of the Indian city of Yairipok. The hearth of the earthquake lay at a depth of 22.8 kilometers.
Information about possible victims and destruction did not arrive. The geological service noted the green level of the threat of earthquake consequences, meaning a low probability of victims and economic damage.