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Seven days of mourning in the occupied territories for the earthquake in Turkey

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Seven days of mourning was announced on Monday night in the occupied territories for the deadly earthquake in Turkey.

At the hotel "Isias" in Andyaman, Turkey, where the boys' and girls' volleyball team of the vocational college of the occupied Famagusta was staying, the rescue team of the "civil defense" arrived tonight. who left in the afternoon from the occupied areas, together with relatives of the 28 students and their companions, who are missing since the great earthquake in the morning.

The hotel completely collapsed. There is also the "consul" of the pseudo-state from Gaziantep, which stated that so far no one has been found in the ruins of the hotel in question.

Fatma Demirel told "Bayrak" that when he went to the site today at 10am he found that a teacher and 3 parents were in good health. It seems that they were staying in the hotel, but they managed to get out alive.

One of the mothers who took the special flight to Antiyaman told the Sim channel that no work had been done on the ruins for 18 hours. of the hotel where their children are and that in the morning only 4 parents were able to save themselves.

“There is no news from our children, no matter who we asked, they told us that no children came out of there,” said Fariha Yiğitürk. "The 8-story hotel has completely collapsed".

Rescue operations, he added, began when the team from the occupied areas arrived there, that is, late afternoon today.

" Minister of Transport, Erhan Arikli announced that with the same plane that went to Antiyaman the parents of the missing children and the rescue team, 16 students and two teachers of another volleyball team, high school of the occupied Famagusta, who were in the same city, but resided to another hotel and managed to be saved.

Another 180 people, he added, are expected tonight on a special flight to go to Adana and from there to affected areas where their relatives live.

The the same will be done with 3 ship routes tonight, while in total, Mr. Arikli said, about 1,700 people will go to Turkey for free to find their relatives in the areas affected by the earthquake.

Source: KYPE 

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