In Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20 trucks of aid collected for the disaster victims in Turkey and Syria, affected by the earthquakes that hit Kahramanmaraş, left for Turkey.
20 trucks with in-kind donations from the Islamic Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Riast) and the Mercy Association set off to Turkey with prayers from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In his speech, the Sarajevo religious services advisor, Yunus Kilic, said, “Believers are intertwined with each other like bricks in a building. When someone (a Muslim) suffers trouble and hardship in one part of the world, Muslims in the other part of the world also share their problems.” . He said.
“Our Bosnian brothers also rolled up their sleeves to help our nation with all their efforts, with all their efforts, after this catastrophe in Turkey, especially under the leadership of the Presidency and Mercy,” Kilic said. He said.
Kilish thanked the directors of the association and noted that “the brotherhood between the two countries will increase even more” thanks to the aid collected for the earthquake victims.
Mufti Tuzla Vahid Fadlovich said, “Today, we bid farewell to the aid convoy for the earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria with special feelings. This assistance was organized by the Reast and Mercy Association.” Use the phrase.
Kenan Ferbanjak, Director General of the Association, said he was proud and happy to see the aid convoy that set off from Tuzla.
Asmir Imamovic, one of the truck drivers, indicated that the company he was working for sent relief trucks voluntarily.
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