Farmers to donate wheat to Romania's flood-hit region
Monday, September 12, 2005, 15:11
Three trucks carrying wheat donated by farmers of north-western Győr-Moson-Sopron county have left for the flood-hit Csángó-region on the eastern slopes of
the Carpathians in Romania, the county president of the farmers' association (Magosz) announced on Monday. The Hungarian Maltese Charity (HMC) and a Hungarian driver from neighbouring Slovakia's Dunajska Streda are assisting in
delivering the 60 tonnes of wheat, which is to be distributed to flood victims in three villages populated mostly by ethnic Hungarian Csángós. The county municipality, local firms and private individuals have contributed to the cost of transportation.