After the earthquakes were defined as the disaster of the century, aid from abroad continues to arrive in Turkey. Qatar is sending 10,000 container homes.
After two major earthquakes of 7.7 and 7.6 in Kahramanmaraş, the world extended a helping hand to Turkey.
200 MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE GULF
Donations Collected In Qatar exceeded 60 million dollars. Announcing that it will send a total of 10 thousand containers used in the World Cup For The Earthquake disaster in Turkey and Syria, shipment begins in Qatar. Aid in Saudi Arabia exceeded 89 million dollars. A Donation Of 50 Million Dollars was collected for Turkey in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) . The amount of aid collected in Kuwait was at least 30 million dollars.
GENERATOR FROM BOSNIA
The heaters, generators, blankets and sleeping bags brought to the aid collection center for earthquake victims by the humanitarian aid organization “pomozi.ba” in Sarajevo were loaded onto the truck by volunteers.
RESOURCE MOVEMENT FROM SEUL
SOUTH Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol has ordered that all available resources be mobilized due to the Kahramanmaraş-centered earthquakes. The South Korean parliament decided to donate 3 percent of the deputies’ salaries to earthquake victims.
ITBI EQUIPMENT FROM JAPAN
In the statement made by the JAPAN Embassy, it was stated that the necessary medical equipment and other aid materials for the medical team affiliated to the Japan International Emergency Rescue Team have arrived in Turkey. In the statement, it was stated that the medical team, which was sent under the rescue team of 73 people, will carry out support activities in a facility equipped with operating room facilities.
SECOND PARTY AID FROM CHINA
The Spokesperson Of The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wang Vinbin, stated that the first part of the aid, which includes emergency supplies such as blankets and tents, reached Turkey on February 11 and 12. Vang stated that the second part of aids, including electrocardiography and ultrasound equipment, medical transport vehicles and portable patient beds, is planned to be sent this week.