Bozdag: Yozgat will develop faster with the train and airport project
Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag, Yozgat's high-speed train, the airport project will be developed more quickly completed.
Deputy Prime Minister Bozdağ, who came to his hometown Yozgat to participate in a series of trips and groundbreaking ceremonies, met with members of the press at Şahin Tepesi Yozgat Municipality Bilal Şahin Social Facilities. Answering the questions of journalists, Deputy Prime Minister Bozdağ said that Yozgat has received the most service from the republic period to the present, during the AK Party government. As in the four corners of Turkey Yozgat also noted that continued its work on the development of economically Bozdag, "I hope the end of 2015 or in early 2016 after the introduction of High Speed Train service in our city transport with the entry into service of our airport will be no shortage, and this will also attract investors to Yozgat. Yozgat will be an important crossroads especially for high speed trains. Now, Ankara -Sivas will be again Ankara-Kayseri and then Yozgat will be the connection point of the line from Black Sea to Adana. This will provide an important advantage to our city. The airport will also provide an important transportation service. Yozgat airport will serve not only Yozgat but also the surrounding provinces. " said.
Expressing that the construction of the E-88 highway in Yozgat was delayed and should normally be completed last year, Deputy Prime Minister Bozdağ said, “However, our roads could not be built because of the difficulties in material supply in the past years. I hope a significant part of our roads will be completed this year. I care about the thoughts of our people in the construction of a ring road to Yozgat. We have the majority of our fellow countrymen who want the ring road, we evaluate it according to their wishes. We have no problem with allowance. The ring road is not a situation that will start and end immediately. For this reason, we want to start working already. " he spoke.
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