The first part of the relief materials sent by the Greek people to those affected by the 7.7 and 7.6 magnitude earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş, described as the “catastrophe of the century”, left from the port of Piraeus by ship.
The statement issued by the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that the aid materials collected by the Greek people for the earthquake victims in Turkey will be delivered to the port of Iskenderun by ship.
The aid materials were sent to Turkey in coordination between the Turkish Embassy in Athens and the Consulate General between Athens and Piraeus with the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Andreas Kachaniotis and Turkey’s Ambassador to Athens, Chatay Erciyes, also continued work in the port of Piraeus.
Among the products that people in Greece have collected for earthquake victims in Turkey, through municipalities, regional provinces and various institutions, are relief items such as blankets, heaters, personal hygiene products and medicines.
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