250 tons of relief materials sent by Greece to the earthquake zone have arrived in Edirne.
Continuing its support for Turkey after the earthquake that struck Kahramanmaraş on February 6, which is described as the “catastrophe of the century,” Greece has sent 250 tons of humanitarian aid materials from the Attica region, which includes the capital, Athens, to Turkey.
67 trucks carrying relief supplies and carrying Turkish and Greek flags entered Turkey through the Ipsala border gate.
First aid boxes consisting of foodstuffs, clothes, blankets and first aid items were loaded onto the train at Edirne Station to be sent to the earthquake zone.
Vassilis Kokkalis, deputy governor of the Attica region, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that they have handed over the second relief mission for the region to Turkey.
Kokkalis explained that the materials were collected through the municipalities of Attica to help those affected by the devastating earthquake, and said: “We stand by the neighboring Turkish people and we will remain there for them in everything they need.” He said.
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