In the final declaration, which is expected to be published after the European Union (EU) Leaders’ Summit held in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, a decision regarding the earthquake disaster that occurred in Turkey was included. It has been announced that Brussels will host the Donors Conference, which is planned to be held in March to provide support due to the earthquake disaster in Turkey.
After the EU Leaders’ Summit, which started with a minute of silence for the victims of the earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria at the request of Charles Michel, the President of the European Union (EU) Council, in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, the final declaration is expected to be published.
“WE ARE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE TURKISH PEOPLE”
Michel’s Spokesperson, Barend Leyts, announced in the final declaration that a decision was taken regarding the Earthquake That Occurred In Turkey And Caused Destruction In Syria. While condolences to Turkey and Syria are included in the text of the resolution, which was discussed under the title of “earthquake in Turkey and Syria” in the final declaration, “After the tragic earthquake that took place on February 6, 2023, the European Council conveys its deepest condolences. We are in solidarity with the Turkish people. In the immediate aftermath of this tragedy, 1,600 rescue personnel were sent to Turkey to show the unwavering solidarity of the union. The Council reiterates its readiness to send more aid to alleviate suffering in all affected areas. European Council, European Union ‘
DONATES CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD IN BRUSSELS
In the statement, which states that a conference will be held in March to provide support to Turkey and Syria after the earthquakes, the statement said, “The Swedish Presidency and the Commission will host a Donation Conference. The community supporting the Turkish and Syrian people will be in Brussels in March to mobilize international funds. “