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Erdogan asks for "forgiveness" from the people of hatay for negligence in the early days of the earthquake
12/03/2023
Turkey - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan asked the people of Hatay for "forgiveness" for the shortcomings that occurred in the first days of the earthquake, according to "Russia Today" news agency.
Erdogan said in a speech in Hatay state, in southern Turkey, in front of a gathering of those affected by the earthquake: "We ask the people of Hatay to forgive us for the shortcomings that occurred in the first days of the earthquake. We will not leave Hatay alone, and we will always stand by our nation and our people, and we plan to construct 183,000 residential apartments and 15,000 rural homes in Hatay state."
According to the Turkish President, the number of collapsed and vulnerable buildings exceeds 270,000.

 














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