The Red Cross of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBIH) has sent 4 aid trucks to the victims of the earthquake disaster that struck Kahramanmaraş in Turkey and Syria.
Four aid trucks prepared by the FBI Red Cross for earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria left Sarajevo.
In his statement here, the Secretary General of the Red Cross of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Namik Hudzic, said that 250,000 euros of aid has been collected for those affected by the earthquake.
Hodzic indicated that the most needed items such as tents, sleeping bags, blankets and pillows are in relief trucks.
Hodic explained that they have also started a cash donation campaign for the earthquake victims, that 100,000 euros have been collected so far, and that they are working in coordination with the Turkish Red Crescent.
Hodic explained that they are continuing to collect the necessary materials to hand them over to the earthquake victims.
Yasemin Niksic, who works as a crisis expert for the organization, stated that trucks loaded with aid are heading to Gaziantep.
Helping survivors in Turkey from Croatia
In Croatia, the association called VG Legacy and the Croatian-Turkish Association have started collecting aid for children in the earthquake zone.
Turkey’s ambassador to Zagreb, Yavuz Selim Kiran, said in a tweet, “There is a mobilization of Turkey in every corner of Croatia.” declared as.
Kiran also shared, “We would like to thank the VG Legacy Association, who started the campaign to help our children in the earthquake, Mayor and Deputy (Velika Gorica) Kresimir Ackar and President of the Croatian-Turkish Friendship Association Goran Beus Richemberg.” made remarks.
In addition, the women’s association of the Sisak Islamic Federation organized a bazaar to distribute income to the earthquake victims.
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