The U.N. has issued a report blaming the deadly earthquake in Nepal on the “unprecedented” earthquake that struck the country’s mountainous south last month.
In a statement released Wednesday, the U.”s Office for Disaster Risk Reduction said Nepal’s earthquake was caused by a massive magnitude-6.8 earthquake, which was followed by an intense aftershock.
Nepal is a mountainous country located in India, Nepal’s most populous and least populated region.
The quake, which struck on July 28, killed more than 3,000 people and caused more than $1 trillion in damage.
The U., which is responsible for the nation’s defense, is the main economic partner of Nepal.
The United States has suffered a series of disasters in recent years including Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.
In July, President Donald Trump said the U., along with China and Russia, were “all going to be paying for it.”
The U’s military has also been hit by natural disasters, including the devastating floods that ravaged Louisiana and the wildfires in Northern California.
The country’s government is trying to help the victims.
The Nepalese government is working with the U to help with reconstruction efforts, and is working closely with the Red Cross to offer financial assistance.