An A-400M cargo aircraft of the Turkish Air Force carrying medical supplies donated by Turkey was dispatched to a number of Allies and partners in the Balkans region on Wednesday.
According to NATO, the medical supplies were provided by the Turkish Ministry of Health to help combat the COVID-19 outbreak in North Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo.

The supplies include masks, overalls and test kits and left from Ankara’s Etimesgut Airbase on a Turkish Army aircraft earlier today.

“North Macedonia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina requested assistance via NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC). The EADRCC is NATO’s principal disaster response mechanism.

The Centre operates on a 24/7 basis, coordinating requests from NATO Allies and partners, as well as offers of assistance to cope with the consequences of major crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Turkish initiative is the latest example of Allied efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week, Turkey sent another A-400M cargo plane of the Turkish Air Force carrying medical supplies to Spain and Italy. “

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I only see Turkey is doing something. All others steel the ppe of others to save theire asses. But Turkey is sharing. Like the 4 million refugees they help. And the media..? They are bashing Turkey. The Jerusalem post asks when will the Death toll rise like Iran, they actually that the Turks will have more Casualties. By the way even the great Israel asked for medical help from Turkey. The media also branded Turks stealing Spaninsh ventilators. Ask the Americans how to steel.. Philps is not allowed to export ventilators to Holland. When the Western civilasation finds a vaccin.… Read more »


You left out that it sent the UK a plane of medical supplies aid on the 9th of April and on the 12th Easter Sunday again another plane of supplies aid