Croats living in Serbia’s second largest city of Vojvodina have been warned to avoid travel to and from Serbia due to an earthquake warning issued for the city of Jovanovac.
According to the National Emergency Management Agency, the warning will affect commuters on buses and trains and the use of electric power in residential areas.
The earthquake is centered around the town of Vujadinja, which is located in the central part of Serbia and is located between Serbia’s main cities Belgrade and Trnava.
Vojvoda has been affected by several previous earthquakes in recent years.
The city has been experiencing widespread power outages, and there have been numerous landslides in recent months, making the area particularly vulnerable to earthquakes.
In addition to Vojvar, the country has been hit by a number of other quakes this year, including a magnitude 7.2 quake in May, which caused some damage to buildings in the city’s suburbs, and a magnitude 6.8 quake in July that destroyed a major power station and killed two people.
According the NEMA, Serbia has recorded more than 4,200 quakes since 1991, with more than 600 occurring since April.
The country has recorded 3,633 aftershocks since the beginning of the year.