(ANSA) – ROME, JAN 21 – Almost a week after the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano and the subsequent tsunami that devastated the Tonga Islands, aid continues to arrive from all over the world. The BBC reports it. Yesterday the first planes landed at the main airport of the archipelago, on the island of Tongatapui, today it is the turn of the ships that had left a few days ago. The first to dock will be the New Zealand HMNZS Aotearoa which carries 250,000 liters of water, according to the UN the main priority at the moment. The Australian ship HMAS Adelaide has also set sail with helicopters on board that will be used to bring supplies to the smaller and more remote islands of the archipelago. Great Britain has also announced the departure of its HMS Spey and in the meantime has sent aid with the ship which sailed from Australia. (HANDLE).
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