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Transportation Problems of Afyonkarahisar were evaluated at the meeting held at Korel Thermal Hotel under the leadership of Veysel Eroğlu, Minister of Forestry and Water Affairs. Habib Soluk, Undersecretary of Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Irfan Balkanlıoğlu, Governor of Afyonkarahisar, Mayor of Afyonkarahisar, Burhanettin Çoban of AK Party, district governors and mayors of municipalities attended.
Veysel Eroğlu, Minister of Forestry and Water Affairs, expressed his gratitude to Habib Soluk for his work in the Ministry of Transport, formerly the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. Habib Soluk 12 June 2011'de before the elections for a period of the Ministry of Transport, carrying out the task of reminding Eroglu, the citizen requests reaching him shared with Undersecretary Soluk.
8 XIGUM MILESTONES IN THE YEAR NEW RAILWAY
Stating that they will take into account the demands of Minister Eroğlu Soluk, the ministry has made significant progress in transportation as they said. Soluk, who gave information about the works, said:
“From 1940 to January 2003, a total of 945 kilometers of railway was built in Turkey. With Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan making it a state policy again, the railways gained momentum again. kazanwas. From 888 to the end of 2003, 2011 kilometers of railroads were built, 1076 kilometers of which are high-speed trains. The construction of the 1630 kilometer railway line is currently underway.”
DOUBLE LINE RAILWAY BY KÜTAHYA-KONYA
Undersecretary Soluk also pointed out that the High Speed Train Project is being carried out between Ankara-Izmir and Istanbul-Antalya-Alanya and told that they will build a double-track route between Kütahya and Konya by taking advantage of the European Union Pre-accession Partnership (IPA) funds.