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The Turkish Embassy in New Delhi on Friday thanked India for the help, solidarity, and donation. The Turkish Embassy said on its official Twitter handle that their most important requirement right now is ‘Winter Tent’. As Turkey struggles with life after the earthquake, help is pouring in from around the world.
Turkish Embassy in Delhi has thanked for helping the earthquake-affected country. (Photo-Shakti knowledge)
New Delhi: The Turkish Embassy in New Delhi on Friday expressed its gratitude to India for the help, solidarity, and donation. The Turkish Embassy said on its official Twitter handle that their most important requirement right now is ‘Winter Tent’. As Turkey struggles with life after the earthquake, help is pouring in from around the world. India has also sent relief material to Turkey and also sent a National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team to assist in the rescue operation. The official tweet said, ‘Dear friend people of India, we express our gratitude for your help, solidarity, and donation! At present, our priority is winter tents.
The embassy further wrote in its official tweet that, ‘Since their storage capacity is full, any kind of donation should first contact the embassy otherwise it will not be accepted.’ At the same time, according to the report of Voice of America (VOA), the death toll due to earthquakes in Turkey has increased to more than 4100. Still, the rescue operation is going on.
On the other hand, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has written about ‘Operation Dost’ on the official Twitter handle @MoHFW_India. He wrote on Twitter, “Under Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, India is providing humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria.” As part of these efforts, life-saving emergency drugs, protective gear, medical equipment, critical care drugs, etc. are being transported.
India sent humanitarian relief material to Turkey and Syria on 10 February. The aid sent to Syria includes 72 critical care drugs, consumables, and 7.3 tonnes of protective gear worth Rs 1.4 crore, while 14 types of medical and critical care equipment worth Rs 4 crore were sent to Turkey. These include Patient Monitor Cardio VI, Syringe Pump Medvo, and ECG Machine IMAC 300.
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