Portuguese National Star Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo sends relief goods for victims of quake-hit Turkey & Syria.
According to details Ronaldo sends a Plan loaded with relief goods including tents, food packages, pillows and blankets, beds, baby food and milk, and medical supplies for those affected by the devastating quakes.
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Earlier, football legends including Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar Jr auctioned their signed jerseys in a bid to help those affected by the quake.
Last week, Star footballer Ronaldo met a boy from Syria who was affected by a devastating earthquake. Syrian Boy Nabil Saeed made the request to rescue workers in Syria in a video shared on social media last month following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria on 6th February 6.
Saeed, wreathed in smiles, met the Portuguese forward briefly before the match, giving him a high-five and a big hug. “When I saw Ronaldo, I thought it was a dream. I didn’t believe myself. When this dream would end, I didn’t know. I pray to God that it will not be a dream,” Nabeel Saeed told the media.
“When I saw Ronaldo, I thought it was a dream. I didn’t believe myself. When this dream would end, I didn’t know. I pray to God that it will not be a dream,” Saeed
Turkiye, Syria & Iraq quake
A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake jolts Turkey, Syria, and Iraq on 6th February leaving a death toll of more than 50,000 meanwhile thousand are still stuck under the wreckage.
The magnitude of the quake was 7.8 which struck in the early darkness of a winter morning, Jolts of the quake were also felt in Cyprus and Lebanon.
The German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) said the quake struck at a depth of 10 km (6 miles) near the southern Turkiye’s city of Kahramanmaras, while the EMSC monitoring service said the chance of a tsunami risk was being evaluated after the powerful earthquake.
After 7.8-powerful Earthquake rescue teams are put on high alert.
Emergency has been declared all over Turkey.
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