During Ramadan, nearly 2,000 people are served to break their fast every day at the Iftar tent set up by the Eyup Sultan Foundation in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo.
Kosovo residents show interest in the iftar tent set up at the “Palace of Youth” in Pristina.
Iskender Yanova, coordinator of the Eyup Sultan Foundation, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that they have been creating a fast-breakfast tent for 17 years without interruption.
Yanova said that the Iftar program can be held with the support of Turkish companies operating in Kosovo and Turkey, “We are currently providing food for 3,3,000 and 500 people in Pristina and Mitrovica. We started this organization by coming from Istanbul, Eyüp Sultan. We have been in this business for 17 years. Later, our foundation became very popular, we donate a lot, help thousands of people, and send food to their homes. Currently, we provide food to 2,000 people in this tent.” Use phrases.
Yanova indicated that they provided breakfast meals to the elderly and the needy who were unable to come to the tent.
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