People search for survivors under the rubble following an earthquake in Diyarbakir, Türkiye, on Monday. Reuters
European Union: The European Union said it was sending rescue teams to Türkiye after the stricken country requested EU assistance.
"Teams from the Netherlands and Romania are already on their way," EU crisis management commissioner Janez Lenarcic tweeted, adding the bloc's Civil Protection Mechanism had been activated.
France: President Emmanuel Macron said France stood ready to provide emergency aid to Türkiye and Syria. "Our thoughts are with the bereaved families," he tweeted.
Britain: "The UK stands ready to help in whatever way we can," British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak tweeted, saying his thoughts were with the people of Türkiye and Syria.
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Russia: President Vladimir Putin sent messages to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Türkiye's Recep Tayyip Erdogan, conveying Russia's condolences and offering aid.
"We hope for a speedy recovery for all the injured and are ready to provide the assistance needed to overcome the impact of this natural disaster," Putin told Assad.
Ukraine: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that his war-torn country was "ready to provide the necessary assistance to overcome the consequences of the disaster."
The message was reiterated by Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, who said Ukraine was "deeply saddened by the loss of life and damage" wreaked by the earthquake.
Spain: Spain is sending drones and a contingent from its Emergency Military Unit, a branch of the armed forces responsible for providing disaster relief, to Türkiye, Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares said in a tweet.
Iran: Iran is ready to provide "immediate relief aid to these two friendly nations", President Ebrahim Raisi said, offering condolences on the "heartbreaking incident".
Poland: Poland is sending to Türkiye a search and rescue group of 76 firemen and eight rescue dogs, Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski announced.
"Türkiye can count on Poland," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki tweeted.
Czech Republic: The Czech fire service said it was sending a 68-member urban search and rescue team to Türkiye.
Switzerland: Swiss President Alain Berset said the country stood ready to provide emergency relief after the "tragic" incident.
Many governments and aid groups have rushed to dispatch personnel, funds and equipment to help the rescue efforts in quake-stricken areas of Turkey and Syria. Here's a glance at what's being provided so far:
Sheikh Mohammed said 'Pursuant to the directives of my brother, the President of the UAE, all work teams have been instructed to follow up the effects of the earthquake.'
The United Arab Emirates continues to transport relief aid to those impacted by the recent earthquake in both Syria and Turkey for the eleventh day in a row, as part of Operation ‘Gallant Knight / 2’.
His Highness Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah visited the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP) on Monday, where he was given a comprehensive briefing on the services and solutions offered to local and international companies and projects within and outside the UAE.
Conservative media tycoon Rupert Murdoch will tie the knot for the fifth time, at the age of 92 years, he said on Monday in an interview with his own newspaper, the New York Post.
The company said in a statement that it had declared "a state of emergency following an oil spill in the west of the country," noting that "there were no injuries resulting from the leak and that production operations were not affected."
Chinese President Xi Jinping met his "dear friend" Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday, seeking both to deepen economic ties with an ally he sees as a useful counterweight to the West and to promote Beijing's role as a potential peacemaker in Ukraine.