The Turkish ambassador to Sarajevo, Sadik Babur Ceren, visits 12-year-old Benjamin Mihanović, who sells tea in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, to help earthquake victims in Turkey.
MihanovicIn the small kiosk he set up in the Dobrinja district to support the earthquake victims. I sell tea He’s getting help.
Ambassador virgin Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Foreign Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina Elmdin Konakovich said at a press conference yesterday, “As you saw on the news, brother Benjamin Mihanović, 12 years old, collected aid money by selling tea on the streets in Sarajevo. I kiss our brother Benjamin’s eyes.” Mihanović, who appreciates his words, visited Mihanović at his place of sale and thanked him for his behaviour.
She also thanked her mother, Omra Mihanović, bought Virgin tea and went to eighth grade. for the student Give a gift and take a photo.
Amira Mihanović said that her son is a sensitive person, always helping others. The behavior of your child and other children for help Expressing the importance of encouraging them to participate, Mother Mihanović said, “Children have this feeling inside, they just need to be encouraged a little bit.” He said.
Benjamin Mihanovic, who bought items for earthquake-affected babies and children with the money he collected by selling tea, donated the other donations he made to a charity called Pomozi.ba.
An aid convoy of 20 trucks leaves on Monday
Ambassador Virgin later visited the aid collection center used in the aid campaign carried out in cooperation with the Islamic Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Rahma Association operating in the country. Kbern, who received information from Kenan Vrbnjak, president of the Mercy Society, was told that the 20-truck aid convoy would move to the quake zone on Monday.
Noting that everyone from seven to seventy stands by Turkey in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Our Lady thanked the President of the Islamic Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Husein Kavazović.
Pointing out that the most necessary needs in the earthquake zone are heaters, generators and blankets, Ferbancak explained the days he was in the Pazarcık district of Kahramanmaraş as follows:
“I was deeply shocked to see the people waiting near the wrecks. The wrecks there were once their comfortable home. It is impossible to describe in words the aftermath of the earthquakes. We distributed food there with the Mercy volunteers.”
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