ARM sent a trained team to Turkey

Photo: Facebook, Army of the Republic of North Macedonia

The Army of the Republic of North Macedonia sent a search and rescue team consisting of 24 army personnel and two dogs, which have already left for Turkey.

-The Army has airlifted a trained search and rescue team consisting of members of the Special Forces Battalion and two handlers with service dogs, trained in tracking by the Training and Doctrine Command, who will do their best to save human lives under the rubble , caused by the catastrophic earthquake in our ally Turkey, informed by the Army of the Republic of North Macedonia.

Previously, the director of the Directorate for Protection and Rescue, Bekim Maksuti confirmed to MIA that protection and rescue teams consisting of 40 people have been sent to the earthquake-affected region of Turkey, Gaziantep.



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