Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said the three mobile clinics for which the Hungarian government earmarked 50 million forints (EUR 127,000) for the Hungarian Maltese Charity have arrived in the area of Syria hit hardest by the earthquake earlier this week.
According to MTI, the foreign minister said the two smaller and one complex medical unit will be used to treat around 5,000 people in the city of Latakia over the coming weeks. Meanwhile, Minister Szijjártó said the Syrian-Hungarian rescue team pulled four people from the rubble on Wednesday. The team will be working in Aleppo in the coming days, where some 60,000 people have been affected by the disaster, he added. The minister, who is on his way to Tashkent, thanked the rescue teams for their efforts.