To relieve pressure on local hospitals, since 11 March, the EU has been coordinating patient transfers to other European countries who have available hospital capacity.
The quake, which killed ten people and injured 410 others, has caused extensive damage to homes and buildings, including schools and healthcare facilities.
The EU has swiftly mobilised 2 firefighting airplanes and 2 helicopters to Czechia where a large forest fire is burning in the north of the country.
Yesterday, 20 June, Slovenia requested assistance to tackle unprecedented forest fires in the Karst of Gorica region of the Miren Kostanjevica municipality.
The EU Civil Protection Mechanism continues to channel assistance to respond to the severe forest fires breaking out across Europe.
The EU Civil Protection Mechanism continues to channel support to help combat severe forest fires in Portugal, France and Albania.
The Russian invading forces in Ukraine attacked a civilian building and a cultural centre in the city of Vinnytsia, killing more than 20 people and injuring scores of others, many of them critically.
On 12 July, the United Nations Security Council extended for 6 months the authorisation for the UN to use the crossing point of Bab al-Hawa from Turkey to Syria for humanitarian deliveries.
Portugal has activated the EU Civil Protection Mechanism to request emergency assistance for the current wildfires in the central part of the country. In an immediate response, the European Commission has mobilised this morning 2 Canadair firefighting airplanes from its rescEU fleet.
Today, a new EU Humanitarian Air Bridge flight has arrived to Kabul. It has delivered 36 tonnes of life-saving cargo to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and support victims of the 22 June earthquake.