The aid collected by the Turks in Europe continues to be sent to the victims of the earthquake. Last Minute EUROPE, Belgium, CURRENT, Netherlands headlines and events


The aid collected by the Turks in Europe for the victims of the earthquake continues to be sent to the area of ​​the earthquake.

900 generators supplied by the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB) of the Hamburg State Union with donations from charitable entrepreneurs were sent to the earthquake zone by plane for the victims of earthquakes of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6, the epicenter of which was in Kahramanmaras and affects in a total of 10 provinces.

The generators were loaded onto a Turkish Airlines (THY) cargo plane at Berlin Airport for delivery to AFAD officials in Turkey.

Mehmet Gök, president of DITIB Nord State Union, stated at the time of delivery that they are closely following the news from the earthquake area and that the generator is one of the most needed supplies, especially in search and rescue operations.

Safiye Kılınc, President of the Federal Women’s Union DITIB, said: “May Allah not allow such great disasters to be repeated in our country. Our hearts are burning, we all feel the pain of every earthquake victim in the deepest way. We find some solace. when we see lives rescued from the rubble. We all find solace in this solace to grow even more.” We must provide maximum support.” said.


Aid materials collected by the Turks in the Netherlands are also sent to Turkey.

In-kind donations collected through campaigns initiated by associations and foundations owned by Turks living in the Netherlands are flown to Turkey on THY aircraft.

THY officials said steps are being taken to ensure that aid that is at the top of the list of urgent needs, such as generators and heaters, is brought to Turkey immediately and without delay.


Aid was collected to “relieve the suffering of the victims of the earthquake” in the city of Novi Pazar in the Sandjak region, where most Muslims live in Serbia.

The Novi Pazar Youth Center was filled with food, winter clothing and footwear, mattresses, blankets, tents, hygiene products, baby food and diapers.

Fikret Eminović, a beekeeper in Novi Pazar, said he would donate the proceeds from all the honey he put up for sale to those affected by the earthquake in Turkey.

Eminovich said: “I made this decision when I saw that there was a collection of aid for the earthquake-affected areas of Turkey in Novi Pazar. I wanted to help the brotherly people of Turkey by selling honey.” He said.


Civil society organizations and citizens of Romania have launched campaigns to help coordinate the Turkish Embassy in Bucharest.

Volunteers organized in the capital Bucharest, Constanta and Cluj, packed help such as clothes, shoes, blankets and heaters brought separately by the benefactor.

Some Romanian municipalities have also launched a relief campaign for Turkey, and the Ministry of Health has launched a blood donation campaign for earthquake victims.

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