Russian search and rescue team returned home.
After the Kahramanmaraş-based earthquakes, Russian search and rescue teams came to Turkey to help, and returned to Moscow after completing their work in the region.
After the Kahramanmaraş-centered earthquakes, the Russian teams that carried out search and rescue and humanitarian aid activities in many Earthquake regions, especially in Kahramanmaraş and Hatay, returned to their country.
The teams, who completed their work yesterday, were greeted at the airport with a marching band on their way to Moscow by a plane prepared at night. While the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia shared images of the landing of Russian rescue teams consisting of more than 150 people in Moscow, it was seen that the Russians at the airport showed great interest in the rescue teams.
Russian Emergency Situations Minister Aleksandr Kurenkov announced that the Russian team had completed their work at a press conference yesterday and announced that the teams would return to Russia.