The King of Saudi Arabia orders to send aid to Turkey...

The King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz, has ordered to send urgent humanitarian aid to Turkey for the benefit of those affected by the earthquake that struck Izmir a week ago.

According to the official Saudi Press Agency reported today, Friday, the King directed the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center to send “urgent medical, humanitarian and shelter assistance to those affected by the brothers in Turkey as a result of the earthquake that struck the Aegean Sea.”

The agency added that the order came out of the king’s keenness to “stand by the brotherly Turkish people and mitigate the effects of the earthquake, which caused heavy losses of lives and property.”

It is noteworthy that this earthquake occurred on October 30th, off the coast of Safari Siege in the state of Izmir, western Turkey, with a magnitude of 6.6 degrees, killing 114 people, wounding hundreds and destroying many residential buildings, partially or completely.

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