Novak played with Ahmet, who was pulled from the rubble in Hatay by Hungarian search and rescue teams and had one of his legs amputated.
Hungarian President Katalin Novak visited the 5-year-old Ahmet Yildirim, who was pulled from the rubble by the Hungarian search and rescue team, and one of his legs was raised in the earthquake-damaged Hatay in Kahramanmaraş.
Within the framework of his visit to Turkey, President Novak, accompanied by Minister of Family and Social Services Derya Yanik, arrived at the 10th Incirlik Tanker Base Command in Adana by air.
Novak was welcomed here by Adana Governor Suleiman Alban, and then made an aerial survey of Hatay city center and Iskenderun region by helicopter.
After returning to Adana, President Novak visited 5-year-old Ahmet Yıldırım, who was pulled from the rubble with one leg amputated by Hungarian search and rescue teams, who went to Hatay to support work after the earthquakes.
Novak spoke to Ahmet Yildirim, who lost his father Mesut, mother Emine and two-year-old brother Zeynep Erfa in the earthquake, with his grandmother Alku and grandfather Ahmet Yildirim, who live in the 100. Yale district in the center of Çukurova drain.
The family presented Turkish delight to President Novak, who played a game by giving presents to earthquake victim Ahmed.
President Novak and the child took a photo with the Galactic Search and Rescue Team and their dog, Hope.
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