Bangladesh is sending a 10-member team to Türkiye for the earthquake response. Including 5 members from both the Bangladesh Army and the Fire Service, the 10-member team will be helping Turkiye in the rescue operation following the massive earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria.
According to a foreign ministry official, the rescue team will depart for Turkey tomorrow morning on a Bangladesh Biman C-130 plane. But the details regarding who these members are, what the support module will be, and how Bangladesh is going to do that are still being decided by the government.
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According to reports, the earthquake that struck Syria and the southeast part of Turkey vibrated the region for the third time today, killing at least 4800 people, though the number is still being counted. That’s why estimates are coming out that, the number can increase in a noteworthy manner.
In a statement, the Bangladeshi government expressed its deep sympathy for the people of Turkey and offered its support in the ongoing rescue and relief efforts. The statement emphasized Bangladesh’s commitment to supporting international efforts to alleviate human suffering in times of crisis and its solidarity with the Turkish people during this difficult time.
The Bangladeshi team joins a growing number of international rescue and aid organizations that have arrived in Turkey to provide assistance. The international community has come together in response to the earthquake, with countries from around the world offering their support and resources.