As of Tuesday evening, the Hungarian rescue mission was searching for survivors of the earthquake in Turkey with 116 members.Continue reading
Three mobile rescue stations have arrived in the earthquake-hit region of Syria, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on his official Facebook page.
The ministry has given 50 million forints in support to the Hungarian Maltese Charity Service to install the stations.
The foreign minister wrote that the two small clinics and one with complex surgical capabilities will provide medical care to about 5,000 people in Latakia, the region with the highest number of injured, in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, a Syrian-Hungarian rescue team rescued four people from the rubble on Wednesday. The team will work in the coming days in Aleppo, where nearly 60,000 people have been affected by the disaster.
According to a summary by 24.hu, in total, the seven Hungarian teams have found at least 32 survivors in the disaster-hit region of Turkey so far as of Wednesday evening.
Featured photo via Facebook/Szijjártó Péter