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Greece, which is one of the first countries to send aid to Turkey after the Kahramanmaraş disaster, spoke about the earthquake on state ERT television today. Showing the disaster on the air, ERT combined the images with an emotional Turkish song. Kathimerini of the Greek media published a cartoon in response to Charlie Hebdo and gave the message “We are all Turks”.

The Presidency of Emergency and Emergency Management (AFAD) announced that a 7.7-magnitude earthquake occurred in Kahramanmaraş Pazargic. The time of the earthquake was recorded at 04:17. Another large earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 occurred in the region at 13.24. He declared that the quake was badly felt by residents in 10 provinces. Bitter news still comes from Kilis, Diyarbakir, Adana, Osmaniye, Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa, Adiyaman, Malatya, especially Kahramanmaraş and Hatay.

Great support from 17 European Union countries

The European Union activated the EU Civil Protection Mechanism hours after the earthquake on Monday. The European Union announced that 17 EU members and 25 search and rescue teams from Albania and Montenegro are on their way to Turkey. 1,155 experts and 72 specially trained dogs from Germany, Spain, Slovenia, Austria, Poland, Greece, Croatia, Portugal, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Romania and the Czech Republic will serve in the earthquake zone.

Post in Turkish from MİÇOTAKİS

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mikotakis appreciated the work of the Turkish and Greek teams through his Turkish participation through his account on social networking sites. “The images that fill us with pain are followed by the images that fill us with hope,” said Mikotakis. “We simply respect the extraordinary efforts of the rescue teams. The Greeks and Turks are fighting side by side to save lives. We are grateful to them for what they have done.”

Send help quickly

Neighboring Greece sent a relief team of 21 people, two specially trained dogs, special equipment for use in rescue activities, and five doctors to Turkey on February 6, 2023 when the earthquake struck. The team arrived in Turkey by plane taking off from Elefsina Air Base near the capital, Athens. Greek media published a picture of the team starting to work on the wreck.

Broadcast with Kazem Koyuncu part

While all these developments were happening, today’s Greek state television broadcast ERT became the agenda in Turkey, and hundreds of thousands of people watched the footage. During the disaster in said broadcast, Kazim Koyuncu’s song “I Love You” was played in the background. In those moments, the sad state of the Greek servers did not go unnoticed.

A message about the earthquake came from the Kathimerini newspaper. An illustrator from the Greek media responded to the scandalous cartoons published by the French magazine Charlie Hebdo after the earthquake that killed thousands of people in Turkey and Syria, with a cartoon “We are all Turks”. The cartoon, drawn by Dimitris Handsopoulos, was a response to the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. On the drawing, “We are all Turks” was written.

What happened?

To spread hate in the world under the name of sarcasm, Charlie Hebdo targeted the earthquake that struck Turkey this time.

The earthquake, which claimed the lives of thousands of people, “an earthquake in Turkey. There is no need to even send tanks.” He presented it in writing.

Social media users from both Turkey and the world reacted to the magazine’s post.

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