The Prime Ministry's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) dispatched the first plane loaded with medical aid for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone yesterday to assist the countries in their struggle against the Ebola virus.
The first plane is destined for Guinea's capital, Conakry, and departed from the Turkish capital of Ankara in a ceremony attended by Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş.
AFAD said in a statement that the value of the 150-ton aid package consisting of medicine and medical equipment for the three countries is TL 2.53 million ($1.067 million).
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