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Transcarpathian Hungarian Farmers Receive Seed Donation

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Transcarpathian Hungarian farmers received 500 bags of seeds donated by Hungarian producers and agricultural companies, the National Chamber of Agriculture (NAK) announced.

According to profitline.hu, the donation comprised 80 bags of seeds collected at the Veszprém (110 km southwest of Budapest) county farmers' fair, as well as 420 bags donated by the Marton Genetics company group in Martonvásár (30 km southwest).

The shipment was handed over by István Jakab, president of the Association of Hungarian Farmers' Unions and Farmers' Cooperatives (Magosz), and Balázs Győrffy, president of NAK, to the representatives of the Transcarpathian Reformed Church and the Transcarpathian Young Hungarian Entrepreneurs Association in Berehove, Ukraine (known to Hungarians as Beregszász).

The food made from the produce will be given to the needy who were left alone because of the war and the residents of children's and nursing homes, the announcement said.

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