Earthquake in Turkey: Turkish Embassy opens to donations

The Embassy of Turkey in Mexico opened a Collection Center to help the population of the Eurasian country due to the earthquake last Monday, which has so far left a balance of more than seven thousand people dead.

There are also thousands of victims when a icy wave hits turkish territorywhich exacerbates the situation for people left homeless by the collapse of more than 400 buildings.

Turkish diplomacy has requested donations from winter clothes for children and adults, tents, beds, mattresses for shelters, sleeping bags, gas tanks, thermoses, lanterns, electric generators and catalytic stoves, among others.

In addition, canned or non-perishable food, baby food, hygiene and cleaning products, and sanitary napkins for women are requested.

The collection center will be located at Monte Líbano 885, Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood, Mayor Miguel Hidalgo.

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