Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan thanked the countries that proposed to help his country to overcome the effects of the earthquake in the state of Izmir and caused material and human losses, including Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Erdogan said in a tweet on his official page on the social networking site “Twitter” today, Saturday: “I would like to thank all friendly countries, which have expressed their willingness to help, through messages of condolence and wishing recovery to the injured.”
The Turkish president attached his tweet with a picture that included a group of flags, including the flags of Israel, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
And the state of Izmir, western Turkey, has lived since Friday, due to a violent earthquake that struck the Aegean Sea, killing 25 people and injuring more than 800 others, in addition to great material losses.
I would like to thank all the friendly countries for the Izmir earthquake, who said they were ready to help by conveying their message of condolence and get well soon.
We stand our citizens in the field with all of our institutions as the Republic of Turkey, our true situation exactly. pic.twitter.com/2Qy8GLy3kB
– Recep Tayyip Erdogan (@RTErdogan) October 31, 2020