The first UN convoy with humanitarian aid passed through the Bab es Salam border crossing between Turkey and areas controlled by opposition groups in northern Syria.

Meanwhile, debris removal work continues in Turkey and Syria, and the death toll from the quake continues to rise, reaching more than 39,000 in both countries.

The aid convoy consists of 11 trucks provided by the International Organization for Migration, which said the aid included shelter supplies, blankets and carpets.

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres launched an emergency appeal to raise around $400 million to help victims of the earthquake in Syria over 3 months, indicating that the organization is also working to launch a similar appeal for assistance to Turkey.

Guterres said in the text: “The United Nations is issuing an appeal to raise $397 million to help those affected by the earthquake in Syria. This amount will cover a period of 3 months. Turkey.”

He added: “The United Nations provided $50 million in relief immediately after the earthquake from the Emergency Fund, but the needs don’t stop there.”

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