“As always, whenever the people of Novi Pazar and Sancak had problems, Turkey and the Turkish nation were always ready to help,” said Novi Pazar Mayor Nihat Besev. He said.
Nihat Pesivak, mayor of Novi Pazar in the Muslim-majority Serbian region of Sanjak, stated that Turkey extended a helping hand to them because of the floods that were effective in the region and caused loss of life, and said that Turkey has always been with the people. sausage.
Recalling that two people lost their lives in the floods that occurred in Novi Pazar as a result of heavy rains in Serbia last week, Pisevac said he visited the area and met people privately.
“Unfortunately, we lost our compatriots and two lives. This is the biggest flood that has occurred in Novi Pazar since 1979. However, the material damage is less than before, thanks to the measures taken,” said Pesivak. He said.
Pesivak expressed his gratitude to the citizens who participated in the flood voluntarily, and pointed out that Novi Pazar’s policy is “friendly relations with other countries and countries” and that Turkey ranks first in these relations.
“Turkey has always helped Sancak”
“As always, whenever the people of Novi Pazar and Sanjak had a problem, Turkey and the Turkish nation were always ready to help. Bosnians living in Sanjak and Turkey act as a bridge of friendship and cooperation between Turkey and Serbia. Turkey is always with the people of Sanjak.”
Bisevac, noting that a helping hand had been extended from Turkey, said, “The President of the Turkish-Serbian Foreign Economic Relations Council (DEIK) Biram Akgül contacted us and asked the citizens of Sancak about their most urgent needs.” He said.
Referring to the arrival of aid in Novi Pazar with the support of Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu and Turkey’s Ambassador to Belgrade Hami Aksoy, Pesivak said: “We have received help in preventing the disaster. Both equipment and expert help have been provided.” Use his statements.
Noting that the relations between the two countries are very good, Pisevak said that many projects have been implemented with the support and assistance of Turkey.
In the COVID-19 epidemic, many aids have arrived from Turkey, Pesivak said.
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