EU, NATO, WHO and Several Countries Express Solidarity & Offer Help to Greece and Turkey

October 31, 2020

ATHENS — The European Union, NATO and WHO expressed their support to Greece and Turkey on Friday following an earthquake with magnitude 6.7 on the Richter scale in the Aegean.

The heads of the European Commission, its chief of Foreign Affairs, the European Council, the Europarliament, and the Council of Europe, along with the NATO secretary general, all expressed their condolences to the families of victims and said they were prepared to help in any way needed.

Several European and Balkan countries also expressed their condolences and offered their help, while the World Health Organization said it was following developments in both countries closely. WHO's chief said that the organization will work with Greece and Turkey to ensure that emergency medical help is provided to all who need it.



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