The truck, which was loaded with relief materials collected in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, for those affected by the Kahramanmaraş earthquake on February 6, was set off.
An aid campaign has been launched for earthquake zones in Republika Srpska (RS), one of the two entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Zeljica Ilic, secretary of the city’s Red Cross organization, thanked the city’s residents who were so sensitive to the help.
Explaining that the collected aid was on the way, Ilik said that volunteers helped them collect and package the aid, and that citizens could also help open accounts.
Mayor of Banja Luka Drasko Stanivoković also stated that he is proud of his compatriots who contributed to the collection of humanitarian aid and that they felt the pain of the people of the earthquake zone.
On the other hand, the United Women’s Association in the city prepared hygiene materials for women in the earthquake area as part of the “Life for Women” campaign.
Association president Jurica Ivić stated that women in the city had prepared hygiene parcels in solidarity and said, “We also collected tarpaulins for tents, solar chargers, sleeping bags, blankets, folding chairs, and electric and gas heaters.” He said.
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