Israel has said it will send search and rescue and medical teams to both Turkey and Syria.
“This is what we do around the world and this is what we do in areas close to us,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
Netanyahu said it was in response to a request from the Turkish government and one which was “also received to do this” for victims in Syria, without specifying the source.
Syria does not recognise Israel and the two countries have been in a state of war since 1948.
Israel and Turkey only restored diplomatic ties in August after Turkey broke off relations after a deadly incident in 2010.