According to the statement made by the Mufti of Bulgaria’s religions to Muslims, the Mufti’s office distributed nearly 2,500 aid packages containing basic food products.
The contents of the packages are prepared to be enough for a family of 5 for 1 month.
The donation reached the needy through the regional mufti and in partnership with the King Salman Humanitarian Relief Center in Riyadh.
The parcels were personally handed over to the Grand Mufti by the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khalid bin Kamal Faqih and a representative of the Relief Organization during the meeting held at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Sofia.
Deputy Chief Mufti Bihan Muhammad, Chief Mufti Specialized in External Relations Khairy Amin and employees of the Plovdiv Regional Mufti participated in the distribution of humanitarian aid in the Plovdiv region (Plovdiv).
After distributing the parcels to the homes, representatives of the Grand Mufti visited the National Delcom Company, which prepared them.
The distribution of humanitarian aid packages is among the initiatives implemented by the Grand Mufti in partnership with various institutions and humanitarian relief organizations. From now on, basic food products will continue to be provided to those in need.
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