All countries are mobilized for Turkey!


Due to two earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 that occurred in Kahramanmaras, a life market is operating in 10 cities. So which countries are helping Turkey in this difficult process? Here are the details….

Two earthquakes with a magnitude of 7.7 occurred in the Pazardzhik region of Kahramanmarash and 7.6 in the Elbistan region. Apart from Kahramanmaras, the earthquake turned Kilis, Diyarbakır, Adana, Osmaniye, Sanlıurfa, Adıyaman, Gaziantep, Malatya and Hatay into rubble fields. All countries of the world have rolled up their sleeves for these regions where the market of life exists. Here are the countries that sent teams to support Turkey…


British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who dispatched a 76-man search and rescue team, said: “This morning I think of the people of Turkey and Syria, especially the rescuers who are working valiantly to save the victims of the earthquake. The UK stands ready to help in any way we can.” used phrases.


Switzerland has decided to send a group of 80 people to the earthquake zone to carry out search and rescue operations.


80 military personnel and 25 special search and rescue teams from Austria were also sent to the earthquake zone.


France announced tonight that it will send 139 search and rescue workers to Turkey.


Hungary has shared information that a team of 50 people will be sent to the earthquake zone.


The Czech Republic sent a search and rescue team of 68 people to Turkey.


It was noted that 21 firefighters and two search and rescue dogs from the Special Disaster Response Unit (EMAK) from Greece will fly out in a few hours with special vehicles that will be involved in search and rescue operations.


It is reported that an expert rescue group of 58 people from the fire and civil defense units of Bulgaria will move to Turkey, as well as the group will go with 20 vehicles equipped for rescue work.

It is also reported that the company is ready to ship 1,000 bed linen sets, consisting of bed sheets, pillows, blankets, bed sheets, towels and other items. Bulgaria said it would send 1,000 blankets and 1,000 sets of bed linen as a supplement to this aid, and a supplement to the aid, consisting of 300 kitchen sets, 300 family tents, 300 heaters, 1,000 mattresses and 3,000 blankets, would be prepared in an emergency. aid depot set up by the Turkish Red Crescent in Bulgaria.


A written statement from the Albanian Ministry of Defense indicated that a team of 7 vehicles and 53 people, including medical and search and rescue personnel, was sent to Turkey from the Albanian Ministry of Defense and the National Civil Defense Agency. .


The Netherlands announced that a cargo plane with 15-ton heavy rescue vehicles and other cargo will fly from Eindhoven to Turkey, and another plane will send 65 people and 8 rescue dogs to the earthquake zone.


Spain has announced that more than 90 rescue and medical teams will be sent to Turkey on two military aircraft.

In Spain, some civil aid groups, such as Firefighters Without Borders, have announced that they will go to Turkey in groups of 10-15 to seek help.


It was noted that 76 firefighters and 8 rescue dogs from Poland will be sent to Turkey. The Romanian government also announced that it would send aid teams to Turkey.


US President Joe Biden said: “I deeply regret the loss of life and destruction caused by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. I have instructed my team to continue to closely monitor the situation and provide any necessary support in coordination with Turkey.” used phrases.


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) has announced that 8 vehicles and 20 personnel will be transferred from the port of Girne to Tasuca by ship to participate in the earthquake relief in Turkey and will be transferred to the disaster area from there.

The ministry said in a statement that “a THY and KTBK DAFYAR team will travel to Antep with 22 members, and a 17-member search and rescue team consisting of the Security Forces Command will depart for Adiyaman with PEGASUS.” it was said.

Luis Martinez of ABC News shared on his social media account; US National Security Council strategic communications coordinator John Kirby said two search and rescue teams, each consisting of 79 people, were sent after the earthquakes in Turkey.


Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad es-Sani, who had a telephone conversation with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, expressed his condolences.

Ata issued statements of assistance and support for victims of the earthquakes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait, Kahramanmarash, Turkey and Syria.

In a written statement, the Qatari Red Crescent announced the start of an emergency relief campaign for earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.


EMERCOM of Russia: “In connection with the earthquake, 2 Il-76 aircraft with a search and rescue team of 100 people are ready to be sent to Turkey.” used phrases.


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan said: “The main team, consisting of 3 members of the Japan International Emergency Rescue Team and a 15-person rescue team scheduled to be sent from Japan, took off from Haneda Airport on February 6, 2023 at 22:00. :50 (Japanese time) He arrived in Adana after transferring from Istanbul.


“The Israel Security Forces are ready to provide all necessary assistance,” Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said. Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said an emergency aid package was being prepared.


Major General Etibar Ismayilov, head of the Special Risk Rescue Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan, said: “We are also taking away our special vehicles and equipment. Our brothers need help. We will be with them. First of all, 3 planes go, one cargo and two passenger. said. In addition, Azerbaijan sent a second team to Turkey.


A group of 21 firefighters, 2 doctors, 3 ambulances, 2 search and rescue dogs, search and rescue specialists, part of the Hellenic Special Disaster Response Unit (EMAK), was sent to Incirlik Air Base in Adana by plane C-130. a type of aircraft belonging to the Greek Armed Forces, TSI. Departed from Elefsina Airport near Athens at 18.07.


Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on his social media account that a Dutch search and rescue team will go to the area where the earthquake hit today and said:

Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra said: “We were shocked by the news of the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria. Our thoughts are with the Turkish and Syrian victims, the victims and their families. The Netherlands will send an urban search and rescue team to Turkey. This group includes police, military personnel, ambulance crews and firefighters.” general.


The reconnaissance group of the Italian fire brigade went to rescue those who were under the rubble. Malta, on the other hand, has announced that a group of people trained in this field will be sent to Turkey.


Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminsky wrote on his Twitter account: “We have received official permission to accept our aid to Turkey. Firefighters will leave for Turkey today.” general. Kaminsky noted that 76 firefighters and 8 rescue dogs from Poland will be sent to Turkey.


The Romanian government also announced that it would send aid teams to Turkey. The Romanian Emergency Committee announced that, after consultation with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, they would send search and rescue teams to the affected areas.


Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati announced that they could send a team to Turkey to help rescue those trapped in the rubble from the Kahramanmarash earthquake.


Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ibrahim Ishtiye announced that they would send search and rescue and medical teams to Turkey and Syria. Palestine has announced that a search and rescue team will be sent to Turkey and Syria to support ongoing search and rescue efforts following the Kahramanmarash earthquake.


The Kazakh administration sent a team to Turkey, including experienced rescuers and doctors, as well as specially trained dogs, to carry out search and rescue operations in the provinces hit by the Kahramanmarash earthquake.

Ibragim Kulshimbaev, First Deputy Minister of Emergency Situations of Kazakhstan, said: “We are flying to Turkey with a team of 41 people, including our internationally experienced rescuers and medical workers from the Disaster Medicine Center. At the same time, specially trained dogs from our ministry are traveling with us.” said.


It was reported that Libyan Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dibeibe ordered a team of 55 technicians from the National Security Directorate, the Criminal Investigation Department and the Department of Military Medicine, as well as 4 search and rescue dogs to be sent to earthquake zones to participate in work in Turkey. .


In accordance with the instructions of the President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a field hospital will be established to provide assistance to victims of the earthquake.

The statement indicated that rescue teams and emergency supplies were sent to earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, and indicated that support activities were carried out as part of relations with these countries and the role of the UAE. in support of disaster victims.


Bedr al-Samid, CEO of the Kuwait International Charitable Organization, announced that he has launched an emergency relief campaign for earthquake victims in southern Turkey and northern Syria.


Malaysian authorities have said that 75 specialists from the Malaysian Special Search and Rescue Team (SMART) will travel to Turkey tonight with equipment to be used in the search and rescue operation on a Turkish Airlines aircraft.


The Prime Minister’s Office of India said in a statement that two teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), consisting of trained search and rescue dogs and 100 people equipped with special equipment, will be sent to earthquake-affected areas. areas.

The statement said: “A special team consisting of medical specialists and emergency service personnel is also preparing to be sent to the region.” statement has been included.

It was reported that the sending of humanitarian materials will be carried out under the coordination of the representatives of India in Ankara and Istanbul and the competent authorities of Turkey.


Senior sources told Anadolu Agency (AA) that a 36-man search and rescue team and 2 C-130 transport planes with humanitarian aid were prepared and were due to fly to Turkey tonight.

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