Students of Abdulvahab Halhamce Primary School in Zeljezno Polje in the central parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina collected toys for their peers in Turkey and Syria, who were affected by the earthquakes that hit the city of Kahramanmaraş on February 6.
While the games collected within the scope of the aid campaign organized by the students of Abdel Wahhab Al Hamja Primary School, teachers and parents were collected by the children for the earthquake victims’ peers, the students also put on a play.
In the statement made by the primary school, it was stated that the students staged two plays called “Kulin ban” and “Ömer ve Merima” and that the “symbolic” income from the plays would be used to deliver the games to the capital, Sarajevo.
The statement said that the students spent the day organizing activities for earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria, and that they wanted to contribute to the friendly relations between the two countries.
In Montenegro, another country in the region, information was shared that 89 thousand euros in aid for earthquake victims had been collected by the Association of Pensioners’ Associations.
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