The Embassy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in The Republic of China (Taiwan) has assured the public that all Vincentians in the country have been accounted for, following a 7.4 magnitude earthquake.

The embassy in a public announcement said that it understands the concern and anxiety that many in SVG may have been feeling regarding the safety of their loved ones following news of the earthquake.

“We are relieved to inform our community that all Vincentian nationals in Taiwan have been accounted for and are safe thus far. Our embassy will continue to monitor the situation closely. We urge everyone to stay informed through official channels and follow the guidance for your safety.” the embassy stated in their public announcement.

SVG’s Embassy in Taiwan, in their announcement, also expressed solidarity and support to the people of Taiwan.

The 7.2 magnitude earthquake is the country’s biggest earthquake in 25 years. It has killed at least 9 people, injured more than 934, and left 50 missing.

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