After the earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş, a humanitarian aid truck departs from the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, where the Russo-Ukrainian war continues.
22 tons of humanitarian aid collected by the Ukrainian municipality of Kharkiv for the sister city of Gaziantep has been sent to Turkey.
After the ceremony, which was attended by Mayor of Kharkiv Igor Terekov at a warehouse in Kharkiv, the collected donations were loaded onto a truck.
Terekhov told Anadolu Agency (AA) that Gaziantep and Kharkiv are sister cities.
Emphasizing that Gaziantep stood by Kharkiv in difficult times, Terekhov said: “We received very strong help from this city. Now is the time to help the city that is going through hard times. The people of Ukraine and Kharkiv gathered the humanitarian aid that will go to Gaziantep today. This is a sign good on our friendly relations.” Use the phrase.
Pointing out that Turkey will carry out repair and restoration work in Kharkiv after the end of the war, Terekov expressed his gratitude to Turkey for that.
Terekhov stated that the 22 tons of humanitarian aid collected included products such as food products, electric stoves, clothes and sanitary materials, “This is our first aid. We are in contact with the mayor of Gaziantep and if necessary we will collect the aid and send it again.” He said.
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