The Georgian government sent humanitarian aid to earthquake-ravaged Turkey.
The government allocated one million Georgian lari from the reserve fund and mobilised over 100 tonnes of humanitarian aid through the Ministry of IDPs, Labor, Health, and Social Affairs.
The collected humanitarian aid includes basic needs, warm clothing, tents, food, medicines and sanitation supplies.
On February 10, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili signed a decree allocating one million Georgian lari from the government’s reserve fund to find humanitarian aid for the people affected by the natural disaster in Turkey.
As of now, the February 6 Turkey-Syria earthquake death toll has topped 31,000, with many trapped under the rubble. The deadly quake killed five Georgian citizens.