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Armenia sends more humanitarian aid to Turkey through land border
Armenia sent more humanitarian aid to quake-hit Turkey through the land border, the Armenian foreign ministry spokesperson Vahan Hunanyan tweeted.
“Armenia continues sending humanitarian aid to earthquake-affected regions. Late last night, trucks loaded with the second batch of humanitarian aid crossed the Armenian-Turkish border through the Margara bridge,” Hunanyan tweeted.
Turkey briefly opened its land border with Armenia, which is closed for over 30 years, on February 11 to receive humanitarian aid sent by Armenia following the devastating earthquake. An Armenian search-and-rescue team is also deployed in Adiyaman.
On February 15, the Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan will travel to Turkey to meet with Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. FM Mirzoyan is also scheduled to meet the Armenian rescuers.