The Friendship Caravan, which departs from the northeastern city of Kalessia in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will transport goods such as container homes and furniture for earthquake victims in Turkey.
The aid convoy consists of 31 containers and 2 container bathrooms, furniture, linens, beds, pillows, clothes and food parcels intended for the Turkish people affected by the earthquakes that struck Kahramanmaraş on February 6.
The military attaché of the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo, Colonel Mustafa Sitki Tatar, who attended the farewell ceremony of the “friendship convoy”, stated that there is a good example of friendly relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey, and that the convoy will go first to Istanbul and then after that. to Hatay.
The Commercial Counselor of the Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo, Atalay Aidogu, also thanked the people of Kalessia and stated that they are in contact with Turkey in the delivery of aid.
Noting that the people of Kalessia never forgot the assistance Turkey gave in the 1992-1995 war, the Mayor of Kalesija, Seid Dzavić, said that items such as beds, chairs and tables would be placed in the container houses by the craftsmen who went to Turkey.
In addition to the container houses, an aid convoy of 4 trucks collected by the Red Cross of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina moved from Kalessia to the earthquake zone.
Namek Hudzic, an official of the Red Cross of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, stated that there are 8 prefabricated houses in the aid trucks sent, that all necessary installations will be carried out and the houses will be delivered to the earthquake victims ready.
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