After the earthquakes that occurred in Kahramanmaraş on February 6, 5 trucks of relief materials sent from Greece will be sent to the region from Bolu.
With the coordination of Turkish consular officials, 5 trucks carrying food, clothes, masks and hygiene items collected by the Greek people for delivery to the earthquake victims arrived in Bolu.
The relief materials were unloaded at the Avad Governorate Directorate warehouse in Shevril district to be sent to the disaster area.
Bolu Governor Erkan Kilic, who came to the region, thanked the Greek people who collected aid and the truck drivers who brought the materials.
Dimitri Spanos, owner of the logistics company, stated that the materials came from Athens, the capital of Greece, and said, “There are things like blankets, clothes, hygiene items, masks, and personal care products. We brought these materials here to deliver to the earthquake victims.” He said.
Noting that Turkish consular officials worked with the Greek state to collect aid materials, Spanos said: “We also provided transportation assistance. We came as volunteers. Greek citizens supported the aid campaign.” He said.
Spanos noted the importance of cooperation and solidarity, saying, “This is humanitarian assistance. We believe it is our duty. If we fall into such a situation in the future, we know that Turkey will also support us in this way.” Use the phrase.
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