Ministry of Defense sent first aid blankets and stretchers to Turkey

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Today we sent a truck with humanitarian aid to the city of Batman in southeastern Turkey, which was hit by the catastrophic earthquake, the Ministry of Defense informed on Sunday.
The humanitarian aid set that the Ministry of Defense is sending to Turkey includes 5,000 blankets and 200 medical stretchers for first aid.
“A shipment of 5,000 blankets and 200 first aid medical stretchers will be delivered to the city of Batman in southeastern Turkey, which was hit by the devastating earthquake. Thanks to the Macedonian-Turkish Chamber of Commerce, which took care of the packaging and transportation of the humanitarian aid,” reads the Ministry of Defense’s press release

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