In Mamusa, the only Turkish municipality in Kosovo, greenhouses and agricultural crops were damaged by rain on December 13 and 14, especially when the Koleksiyon creek overflowed.
Mamusa Mayor Abdulhadi Krasnik announced that a committee has been set up to determine these damages as a municipality and the damages will be determined.
Krasnik shared the topic on his social media account, “Let our injured farmers keep their records by photographing their damaged crops and greenhouses (the Ministry of Agriculture will request it).
Farmers who have been harmed can submit their applications to the Agriculture Office of our municipality between December 19th and 23rd. Then, our municipal damage assessment committee will examine it on the spot and prepare a report.
We expect unaffected farmers to respect this process and we ask that they not come forward even if they are not harmed. Our municipality, in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture, will inspect the damage on site, and if the farmer is not harmed in the process, the damage report will not be kept.
We extend our best wishes to our farmers who have been affected by these rains, and we declare that we will do everything necessary to ensure that this process is completed for the benefit of our farmers.
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