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Arab Leaders Send Condolences To Turkey And Syria Following Devastating Earthquake

PARIS, France - - Arab leaders expressed condolences to the people of Turkey and Syria after a devastating earthquake ripped through their countries, leaving widespread destruction and hundreds of deaths.

The Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al - Thani spoke to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Monday to express his support ''in mitigating the serious humanitarian repercussions left by the earthquake, wishing a speedy recovery'', Qatar News Agency (QNA) said in a statement.

The President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed al Nahyan and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum both sent their condolences to Syrian President Bashar Al - Assad and Turkish President Erdogan, Emirates news agency WAM said on Monday.

Jordan's King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein offered his condolences to the people of Syria and Turkey who have been affected to the earthquake and directed the provision of aid to the families of the victims and the injured in the two countries.

Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs put out a statement expressing ''sincere condolences and solidarity with both Turkey and Syria and the victims of the devastating eartquake''.



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