Turkey’s disaster agency on Wednesday dispatched rescue teams and humanitarian aid to Albania in the wake of a 6.2-magnitude earthquake.
Fifteen search and rescue experts are currently working in Dirac, the epicenter of the quake, in the hope of saving people trapped under debris, said a statement by Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD).
Health Ministry rescue teams are giving medical aid to quake victims, while Turkish Red Crescent and AFAD humanitarian teams are giving a helping hand by pitching tents and other activities.
Alongside aid and recovery workers, trucks loaded with dozens of tents, hygiene kits
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