Shocking is the calculation of the Turkish professor of geophysics, who stated that according to the data provided by the state, under the debris are more than 100,000 inhabitants.

As SKAI correspondent Manolis Kostidis reportsthe Turkish professor Ovgyun Ahmet Ercan emphasized:

“According to the data provided by the state on the collapsed buildings, the population, etc., so far 150,000 people have come out from under the debris either dead or injured. Today at least 100,000 people are under the rubble. Some of them are still alive today! About 0.1% or 0.2%. This is important! From Malatea to Hatay, even for a lifetime you must not remove the rubble.”

New “no” to Sweden’s NATO membership from Turkey

Sweden has not fulfilled its obligations, Mevlut Cavusoglu said, again closing Sweden’s path to NATO membership.

After the meeting he had yesterday with NATO Secretary General Jens StoltenbergCavusoglu reiterated Turkey’s position that it can assess Finland’s and Sweden’s requests separately.

For his part, at the joint press conference of the two officials, Stoltenberg stated that “now is the time for Turkey to approve the requests of Finland and Sweden” which shows that the meeting was fruitless.