An alarm was received at 4.35 p.m. on Saturday that a 3.8 magnitudes quake and hit the Armenian-Turkish-Iranian border at 3.51 p.m. local time, Armenia news reported.
The quake made 5 points in the epicentre, while the hypocenter was in the depth of 10 km.
The quake struck 20 km south from Armenia's Ararat city and was not felt throughout Armenia, the Armenian Ministry of Emergency Situations informs. Besides, an after-shock with 2.4 magnitudes followed the quake at 4.14 p.m.
Earlier a 3.4-magnitude earthquake hit the Mazandaran Province of Iran.