Turkish Health Minister announces the arrival of medical reinforcements in Libya.

The Turkish Minister of Health, Fahrettin Koca, announced the arrival of medical supplements and a support team consisting of 148 people in Libya affected by Hurricane Daniel.

Koca said in a tweet yesterday that 159 Turkish medical members are currently working in field hospitals in Libya.

He added that the presence of Turkish teams in Libya is considered humanitarian and fraternal.

This comes as the third ship carrying humanitarian aid set off on Saturday to relieve flood victims in Libya, according to the Turkish Ministry of Defense.

Through its account on the “X” platform, the Ministry of Defense stated that the ship “Osman Ghazi” left the port of Izmir Province to deliver relief to Libya.

Source: Libyan News Agency