Turkiye refuses Cyprus' offer for assistance and aid

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Turkiye has refused the offer by the Republic of Cyprus to send a rescue team to help with post-earthquake efforts.

Axar.az reports that the Director General of the Cypriot Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kornelios S. Korneliou.

Korneliou also spoke about Cypriots who are in Turkiye, specifically about the case of students who are seemingly trapped in the hotel where they were staying.

It should be noted that strong earthquakes occurred in Turkiye on the morning of February 6. According to the latest information, 7,108 people died and 38,224 people were injured as a result of the earthquake.

2023.02.08 / 18:14
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