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The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced an additional $50 million in Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Funds (ERMA) in response to the earthquakes that affected both Turkey and Syria, for a total of $185 million in humanitarian aid, following his visit to Turkey on Sunday. “The most important thing right now is getting assistance to people… Simply put, the United States is here,” Blinken said.

  • In other news: Medical charity ‘Doctors Without Borders’ (MSF) announced on Sunday that a convoy of 14 of its trucks had entered northwestern Syria to assist in earthquake rescue operations.

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20 Şub 2023

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