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NATO has announced that at least 1,400 emergency personnel from more than 20 allies and partners, including Finland and Sweden, who are awaiting membership, have moved to Turkey in the aftermath of the earthquake.

The written statement noted that NATO allies and partners provided assistance in a variety of ways, including search and rescue teams, including rescue dogs, firefighters, structural engineer teams, medical personnel, supplies and earthquake specialists.

“We stand in solidarity with our ally Turkey and all those affected by the earthquake during this terrible time, and NATO allies stand ready to provide further assistance to those in need,” NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said in a statement.

According to a NATO statement, support is provided through the NATO Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Center (EADRCC), which is the main civil emergency response mechanism in the Euro-Atlantic area.

Regarding NATO, EADRCC: “The Center is active all year round, 24/7, and serves all NATO allies and partner countries. Especially in the case of natural and man-made disasters, it functions as a system in which requests and offers for assistance are coordinated.

The statement also notes that more than 53,000 Turkish rescuers are currently on the ground.

The flags of 30 NATO allies and the NATO flag were also flown at half mast at NATO Headquarters from today until sunset tomorrow to honor the victims and show solidarity with Turkey.

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