TIKA and Turkish mission in al-Quds visit IHH office
Head of The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) Mr. Serdar Çam, and Turkish Consular General to Jerusalem, Mr. Mustafa Sarnıç along with his entourage visited IHH Gaza branch office.
Palestine, Palestine - Gaza 13.11.2014

Head of The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) Mr. Serdar Çam, and Turkish Consular General to al-Quds, Mr. Mustafa Sarnıç along with his entourage visited IHH Gaza branch office.

IHH Gaza Representative Mehmet Kaya and the humanitarian workers of the office received the visitors who had a tour of the offices and received a brief from Mr. Mehmet Kaya about IHH activities in Gaza.

In the meeting Mr. Kaya explained that they have been working in Gaza over the past six years to serve as a bridge for charity work and to provide supervision to the humanitarian organizations that come from Turkey.
IHH offices are great but their activities are even greater, observed Mr. Çam.

"If you are going to serve the people, this is how it should be” he said and promised to support IHH’s occupational courses for the Gazans. “As TİKA we are ready to give away sewing machines to the successful students who complete the embroidery course at the end of every term” he said.

Sarnıç, the consular general also noted that they closely following IHH’s activities which never stop in Gaza and that they are ready to give any help requested.

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