Field Hospital from Russia to Turkey
The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia sent a field hospital for the treatment of those injured in the earthquake, as well as rescue teams due to the earthquake in Turkey.
Support teams continue to be sent from Russia to Turkey after the Kahramanmaras centered earthquake that caused loss of life and property in many provinces of Turkey.
The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia announced that in addition to the search and rescue teams sent during the daytime, new teams set out in the evening.
“More than 40 specialists working in the hospital will provide medical assistance”
The ministry also announced that a field hospital was sent to be established in earthquake areas and said, “A field hospital that can be transported by air was sent to Turkey in order to provide assistance to earthquake victims directly in the disaster area. More than 40 specialists working at the hospital will provide qualified medical assistance.”
The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia has also released images of the teams sent to Turkey departing from the airports and the sending of aid packages by planes.
The Ministry announced that humanitarian aid materials, as well as rescue teams, were sent to Syria as well as Turkey.