Turkey-based organization Turkpermit offers to help underprivileged Turkmen migrant workers with groceries

Turkmen migrant workers in Turkey are facing a difficult financial situation because of the measures undertaken to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Many migrant workers have lost jobs.

Correspondents of “Chronicles of Turkmenistan” report that the Embassies of Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan are rendering assistance to their citizens by providing them with groceries and money, whereas the Embassy of Turkmenistan is ignoring the problems of Turkmen nationals and providing no assistance whatsoever.

In this connection the Turkish organization Turkpermit, with the help of Turkmen volunteers, is helping the Turkmen national with groceries and essential supplies. Sick people, the elderly, families with children and pregnant women are the first to get help.

The CEO Murat Ersahin and other company staff report that those in need can contact the organization at the following address: Istanbul, Molla Gürani Mah. Oguzhan Cad. No.32/A Findikzade-Fatih.

Source: Chronicles of Turkmenistan