For the last day on the Pacific coast of Russia have been three earthquakes. One of them — a magnitude 4.3 — was recorded on Saturday night in the Pacific Ocean on the beam of the Kuril island of Iturup. Its epicenter was about 100 kilometers east of the city Kurilsk.
On Friday evening, an earthquake of magnitude 4.9 was also observed in the Pacific Ocean near the uninhabited island of Urup. That evening push magnitude 4.2 was recorded in the Okhotsk Sea, 250 km south-east of the city on the east bank of Poronaisk Sakhalin and 300 kilometers north-east of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
Foci Kuril earthquakes occur at depths of 55 to 60 kilometers, in the Sea of Okhotsk center lies at a depth of 480 kilometers. According to seismologists, the Far East, in the settlements of Sakhalin and the Kuriles tremors were not felt, there was no tsunami threat, according to ITAR-TASS.