6.0-magnitude earthquake occurred today in the archipelago of Fiji. According to the Australian Seismological Service, the epicenter of the quake, which was felt in a radius of 450 kilometers, was in the Pacific Ocean, 251 km east of the island Ndoi, the focus lies at a depth of 548 kilometers. No injuries or damage were reported.
At 332 Fiji islands, of which only 110 are inhabited, earthquakes and eruptions of underwater volcanoes occur frequently. This archipelago in the Pacific Ocean is part of the so-called Ring of Fire, which is concentrated three-quarters of the active volcanoes in the world, including underwater