Some services, including the cable car in the army, are being destroyed
"If we claim to leave a good environment to the new generation, we have to protect the services provided," said Seyit Torun, Mayor of Ordu.
Torun, told reporters, the ruin of services in the city such as cable cars, benches and statues is very sad said.
Expressing that they intend to take measures for the products destroyed, Torun said:
“But these are our property and common usage areas. These can be recovered and repaired. We say that Ordu is a very modern, educated and developed city. However, we cannot approve of such events. We need to check them out. It's not just something that will happen with our own staff. Today, citizens in developed countries have all kinds of issues. An auto-control is established and controls are carried out in mutual marital relations. I want support from everyone in this regard. Of course, we will take certain measures. But this is not just a job of our institution or the security forces. This is the product of all of us and we have to own it. We must own our products on the beach, on the cable car, on urban furniture, benches, sculptures and everywhere. If we claim to leave a good environment to the new generation in the future, we have to protect the services provided.
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