In Finland, June 27, an earthquake measuring 2.4 on the Richter scale.
The earthquake, with its epicenter in Kuusamo, in the eastern part of the country was at 09:07 am, local time, Interfax reported with reference to the Institute of Seismology, University of Helsinki.
While tremors were felt in several neighboring regions, Kuusamo.
The possibility of damage, and no injuries were reported.
This year is the second fairly strong earthquake in Finland. First, the power of 2.6 points was registered in Mäntsälä in March.