Turkiye-Syria Earthquake Effect: The earthquake on Monday (February 6) in the West Asian countries of Turkey and Syria created an orgy of death. Thousands of people have lost their lives due to the earthquake. So far more than 5 thousand deaths have been confirmed in both the countries. More than 20 thousand people have been injured. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has made a big claim.
7.8 magnitude earthquake gave deep wounds to these two countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that the number of people affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake could be in crores. Senior officials of the World Health Organization (WHO) said that there is a great need for relief-disaster workers after the devastating earthquake in Syria and in southern Turki (Turkey) that killed thousands of people.
Turkey declares 3-month state of emergency
Turkish President Erdogan has declared a 3-month state of emergency in 10 provinces affected by the massive earthquake. Turkey’s Anadolu news agency gave this report quoting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It has been told that the number of deaths in both these countries, Turkey and Syria, has increased to 5,151.
Syria’s condition worsens due to civil war and cholera crisis
The WHO’s senior emergency officer, Adelheid Marschang, said Turkey has a strong capacity to respond to the crisis, but Syria urgently needed more help, as it was already suffering a humanitarian crisis from years of civil war and a cholera outbreak. battling. “This crisis has come on top of many crises in the said affected region,” he said, at the organization’s board meeting in Geneva.
Syria has very little human resources
“Across Syria, needs are at their highest after nearly 12 years of a long, complex crisis, while humanitarian assistance continues to fall short,” the WHO official said. He said that about 23 million people, including 1.4 million children, are likely to be affected in the earthquake-hit area.
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