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After a strong earthquake in Turkey, calls for help poured in from all over the world. Medical teams have been trained and humanitarian aid has been dispatched from global ambulance facilities in agreement with the Turkish authorities.

India has announced that two 100-man Indian National Disaster Response Force teams with specially trained dog teams and equipment are ready to be deployed to disaster areas.

Poland has announced that it will send a rescue team of 76 firefighters and eight dogs.

The European Union said it had activated the Copernicus emergency satellite mapping service to help first responders working in the quake area.

Russia, through the Ministry of Emergency Situations, reported that, if necessary, two Il-76 aircraft with 100 rescuers are ready to fly to Turkey.

Spain’s interior ministry said the city’s rescue teams were preparing to go to Turkey.

Taiwan’s fire department said a team of 130 people, five search dogs and 13 tons of humanitarian aid is ready to travel to Turkey and is awaiting a response. In addition, Taiwan’s foreign ministry announced that it would donate $200,000 to aid Turkey.

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced that a search and rescue team from the Netherlands will travel to southeastern Turkey and northern Syria. The Dutch organization Urban Search and Rescue sends rescue teams, construction workers, doctors, nurses and dogs to disaster areas around the world.

Bulgaria said it sent rescue teams to Turkey to assist local authorities. The Minister of Defense of Bulgaria said that two military transport aircraft with emergency teams consisting of firefighters, rescuers and doctors will go to the city of Adana.

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