Kosovo’s Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti, sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic, to whom he expressed his condolences for the victims of the earthquake and offered the support of Kosovo institutions.
As the Prime Minister of Kosovo, I would like to offer the support of the Kosovo Security Force, as a distinguished and well-trained force in search and rescue missions, which is ready to assist Croatian citizens and authorities in overcoming the consequences of the earthquake,” the letter of Prime Minister Hoti sent to the Croatian counterpart Plenkovic reads.
He emphasized Kosovo’s readiness to provide assistance in all capacities.
“As a friendly state and as an ally, Kosovo stands in full solidarity with Croatia and we are ready to do everything in our capacity to alleviate the suffering and overcome the consequences of this natural disaster as soon as possible,” Hoti said.
He added that the people of Kosovo are offering help “wholeheartedly”.
On Tuesday, Croatia was hit by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake, leaving at least seven dead and around 20 injured, with big material damages.
On Wednesday morning other earthquakes were reported, the strongest with a magnitude of 4.8.