India and other Nations come together to offer aid and assistance following earthquake disaster n Turkey and Syria

In Turkey and Syria, tens of thousands of people who were made homeless had to spend the night outside in the cold

Even as rescuers searched through the chilly night into Tuesday in the hopes of pulling more survivors from the rubble following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 3,800 people and toppled thousands of buildings across a wide region, India has sent the first batch of relief supplies to Turkey aboard an Indian Air Force aircraft.

A team from the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) with a specially trained dog squad and the necessary tools, including a variety of medical supplies, cutting-edge drilling machines, and other essential tools required for the aid efforts, departed for Turkey for search and rescue operations hours after the Prime Minister’s Office made its announcement.

While the Copernicus satellite system of the 27-nation bloc has been activated to provide emergency mapping services, the European Union has sent search and rescue troops to assist Turkey. The EU stated that it is prepared to support Syria through its humanitarian assistance initiatives.

Russian emergency response teams are getting set to go to Syria, where 300 people from 10 Russian military units already stationed there are assisting in the recovery and hunt for survivors. Points for distributing humanitarian aid have been established by the Russian military.

150 engineers, medical professionals, and other relief workers will travel to Turkey as part of a search and rescue mission, according to the Israeli Army.

A team of 21 rescuers, two rescue dogs, a special rescue vehicle, a structural engineer, five physicians, and seismic planning experts are being sent by Greece to Turkey aboard a military cargo jet.

Germany stated that it is supplying emergency generators, tents, blankets, and water treatment equipment and that it is coordinating its help response with EU partners.

76 search-and-rescue personnel from Britain are traveling to Turkey, along with equipment, dogs, and an emergency medical team. The UK also stated that it is in communication with the UN regarding assisting Syrian victims.

22 rescuers and 14 dogs are traveling to Turkey with the Swiss rescue dog organization REDOG. The government also said that it will send 80 searches and rescue personnel, including army disaster experts, to the nation.

A team of 68 rescuers from the Czech Republic, comprising firefighters, medical professionals, structural engineers, and experts with sniffer dogs, will be sent to Turkey.

A team of roughly 75 rescue personnel is traveling to Turkey from Japan.

In Turkey and Syria, tens of thousands of people who were made homeless had to spend the night outside in the cold. People sought shelter in malls, stadiums, mosques, and community centers in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, a provincial capital that is 33 kilometers from the epicenter. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, proclaimed seven days of national mourning.