Iran ready to dispatch aid to quake-hit Turkey, Syria

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kan'ani announced the country's readiness to provide aid to the quake-hit areas of Syria and Turkey if needed.

Offering condolences and sympathy to the governments of Turkey and Syria over the massive earthquake, Kan'ani in his weekly press conference on Monday wished the mercy of the almighty God for the victims of the incident and a speedy recovery for the injured.
Meanwhile Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi issued separate messages of condolences to his Turkish and Syrian counterparts over Monday's deadly earthquake.
Offering sympathy to the Syrian and Turkish nations over the incident, President Raeisi announced Iran's readiness to provide urgent relief aid to the quake-hit countries.
A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, killing hundreds, leveling buildings while people were still in their sleep, and sending tremors that were felt as far away as the island of Cyprus.
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