China News Service, February 6 (CNN) reported that on the 6th local time, after learning of the news that a 7.8-magnitude earthquake occurred in Turkey and caused a large number of casualties, politicians from many countries expressed their concerns to Turkey. Condolences and support.

In the early hours of February 6, local time, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey. The picture shows the rescue site.

  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his condolences to the victims of the earthquake on social media Twitter and expressed his willingness to help.

"We stand with the Turkish people during this difficult time. We are ready to provide the necessary assistance to overcome the serious consequences of the disaster," Zelensky said.

  According to the TASS news agency, the Kremlin announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin sent messages of condolences to the presidents of Turkey and Syria over the large number of casualties caused by the earthquake.

Putin said in the message of condolences that Russia is willing to provide necessary assistance to Turkey and Syria in earthquake relief.

  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said on social media Twitter that he was "sad over the loss of life and property" caused by the earthquake.

"India stands with the people of Turkey and stands ready to provide all possible assistance in dealing with this tragedy," he said.

  Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif posted a series of tweets expressing condolences to the victims in Turkey and Syria.

  Israeli President Isaac Herzog tweeted, "Israel stands ready to help in any way possible. Our hearts go out to the grieving people of Turkey at this painful time."

  White House national security adviser Sullivan said the United States was "deeply concerned" by the powerful earthquake that hit Syria and Turkey.

"I have been in contact with Turkish officials and we stand ready to provide any assistance needed. We will continue to monitor the situation closely in coordination with Turkey," Sullivan wrote on Twitter.

  The U.S. diplomatic mission in Turkey also tweeted that it was "deeply saddened by the severe loss of life and extensive damage caused by the earthquake."

  According to the latest news, the strong earthquake in Turkey has killed at least 670 people in Turkey and Syria and injured nearly 3,000 people.