brussels - The European Union stands ready to assist Italy following the earthquake last night. There are already counted 37 deaths and many people are still missing. The devastation in the disaster area, about 100 kilometers northeast of Rome is huge.
The European Commission's disaster center is following developments closely and is in contact with the Italian authorities about the help that can be offered from Europe. Brussels proposes satellite imagery available to assess the extent of the damage.
EU Commissioner Christos Stylianides (Crisis Management) and EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini it known to sympathize with the victims and rescue workers. Ministers from many European countries have expressed their solidarity.
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