The Colombian Johanna Carolina Millán Velandia, who worked as a tourist guide and was missing in Turkey After the earthquakes that have affected this country and neighboring Syria, she was found dead, according to the Colombian Foreign Ministry in a statement.
“After an extensive search, the authorities have confirmed the discovery of the Colombian Johanna Carolina Millán Velandia, who unfortunately died as a result of the earthquakes that affected that country”said the Foreign Ministry, expressing its condolences.
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millan She was a tourist guide and was married to a Turkish citizen who also did the same thing and with whom the Colombian embassy in the country has been in "permanent communication" to provide "total support in this painful circumstance."
This Wednesday the Colombian government reported that it was looking for the Colombian who was on a business trip in the city of Adiyaman, from where, according to information collected by the Foreign Ministry, the woman left alive.
At the moment she is the only person of Colombian nationality that Colombia has reported as a victim after the brutal earthquake that shook these two countries last Monday.
The death toll from the magnitude 7.8 and 7.5 earthquakes that hit the country now exceeds 11,200, 8,574 in Turkey and 2,662 in Syria.