Turkey’s state-run charity supplied medical aid to Moldova on Friday to help the fight against the novel coronavirus. 

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) delivered medical equipment at a ceremony held at the Moldova Interior Ministry that included Interior Minister Pavel Voiku and TIKA’s Kishenev Program Coordinator Selda Ozdenoglu who highlighted the importance of protecting medical and security staff during the fight.

She said TIKA delivered 10,000 masks, 10,000 pairs of gloves and 1,000 liters (264 gallons) of sanitizer and 250 face shields.

Aid was also sent to Moldova’s autonomous region of Gagauzia which is home to

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