$27 million emergency humanitarian aid from Japan to Turkey and Syria
The Japanese government announced that it will provide approximately $27 million in emergency humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria, where the 7.7 and 7.6 magnitude earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş caused great destruction.
While Turkey is trying to heal the wounds of the earthquake that took place in Kahramanmaraş on February 6 and caused destruction in Syria, the Japanese government continues its aid to the region.
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary, Hirokazu Matsuno, announced that approximately $27 million in emergency humanitarian aid would be provided to Turkey and Syria.
Matsuno noted that $16 million of the aid will be provided through international organizations and will be mobilized to meet the shelter, food and other daily needs of earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria.
Sharing the information that Tokyo will provide 4 million dollars of support to the two countries through a Japanese non-governmental organization, Matsuno underlined that he will continue his humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria for the reconstruction of the areas damaged by the earthquake.