The “Art for Hope” fundraiser was organized in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, by the Yunus Emre Institute (YEE) to support the disaster victims in Turkey after the earthquake that hit the city of Kahramanmaraş on February 6.
Kosovo President Fyuza Osmani, Chairman of the Kosovo Democratic Party of Turkey (KDTP), Kosovo Minister of Regional Development Vikrim Damca, Turkey’s Ambassador to Pristina Sabri Tunc Angeli, YEE Coordinator in Kosovo Ramazan Yilmaz, as well as MPs, mayors and the institution in charge of the state. businessmen and guests.
Addressing the event, President Osmani said that the people of Kosovo share the pain of the earthquake victims and will do their best to alleviate their suffering.
Stating that every help to the earthquake victims means a lot to them, Osmani said, “Our people, the people of Kosovo, have a tradition of always staying with each other. Just as we are with the Turkish state after the devastating earthquake in February, we have constantly developed solidarity, and we are here again.” Tonight to show the humanitarian spirit of the Turkish citizens who need our help and support the most.” He said.
“Türkiye is not alone, and Kosovo will always be with you”
Complementing the last part of his speech in Turkish, Osmani said, “Turkey is not alone, and Kosovo will always be with you.” Use phrases.
Ambassador Angeli also mentioned that those who took part in the campaign are a living example of how hope can be increased through participation, and said, “We have not only seen the Turkish nation uniting in the great earthquake disaster that we have gone through, but we have also seen that countries from all over the world mobilize to help Turkey.” This has great meaning for us because it shows us that Turkey is a beloved and respected member of the family of nations.” He said.
As part of the “Art for Hope” donation campaign, the works of nearly 40 Kosovo artists have been put up for sale and the proceeds from the sale will be sent to the earthquake victims through the Turkish Embassy in Pristina.
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