School in Turkey will be named “Macedonia” as a sign of gratitude for solidarity after the earthquake aid


In the Turkish city of Malatya, which was one of those affected by the catastrophic earthquake in Turkey in February this year, a school will be built that will bear the name of our country, and the classrooms, 32 in number, will be named after Macedonian cities, the Macedonian  Red Cross informed Tuesday.

The school will be built with the majority of the funds that the Macedonian citizens donated to the humanitarian action of the Red Cross to help the suffering population in Turkey and Syria.

“A total of MKD 63,380,807 was collected in the campaign. Of these, MKD 12,427,334 have been sent to the account for the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, to help the suffering population in Syria, and the remaining MKD 50,909,796 will be allocated to the construction of the school in Malatya,” reads the press release.

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