Saudi plane carrying 85 tons of humanitarian aid lands in Turkish city of Gaziantep
A Saudi humanitarian relief flight carrying more than 85 tons of shelter materials arrived on Monday at Gaziantep Airport in Turkiye.
It is part of the ongoing aid effort organized by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center to help those affected by the devastating earthquakes that hit parts of northern Syria and southern Turkiye in February, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
To date, the Kingdom has sent 15 aircraft filled with aid to help the international aid effort. More than 55,000 people in the two countries were killed in the earthquakes, and many more were injured or left homeless.