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UE expresses deepest condolences and sympathy with the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria

UE expresses deepest condolences and sympathy with the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria

Due to the severe earthquake in Turkey and Syria, an incredible amount of suffering has befallen the people in this region in a very short time. So far, there are more than 45,000 victims to mourn.

We express our deepest condolences and sympathy to all those people who have lost loved ones, family members, friends and acquaintances in this disaster. Our thoughts are with the affected people on the ground as well as the many helpers.

Our condolences also go out to the relatives who are among the students and employees of the University.

Do you have any press release related questions?

Please refer to Jessica Carolin Barthel-Jelkmann at jessica.barthel@gusgermany.de.


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