Fast train challenge to Samsuna

Fast train challenge to Samsuna
TümSamBir decided to initiate effective lobbying in bureaucracy and political circles in order to gain high speed trains to Samsun. Union President Kozal said, “We have three elections ahead of us. "The people of Samsun will stand by whoever owns our project."
Organized with the participation of Ankara Samsun Associations Federation (ASDEF) and the All Samsun Confederation, Federation and Association of Associations (TümSamBir), the 4th "Great Samsun Meeting" was held in Ankara. At the meeting held with the participation of hundreds of Samsun residents from various regions of the country, it was decided to conduct effective and effective lobbying activities in all areas in order to meet Samsun with high-speed train.

General President Remzi Kozal said that there are more than 200 associations and thousands of members affiliated to them from Samsun under the umbrella of the Union of All Samsun Associations in various regions of the country. As Samsun residents abroad, we reached a consensus on bringing high speed trains to Samsun as a new road map. We have three important choices before us. Whoever supports Samsun's high-speed train project, we will be with them. As Samsun, we will use our power and support in that direction, and we are absolutely determined on this issue ”.


Remzi Kozal, President of the Union of All Samsun Associations, said that they held their meetings this year especially on the Konya road, and said, “This year our meeting was held on the Konya road. This means that people living in Ankara can go to Konya, visit Mevlana and return by high speed train during the day. With the same point of view, we say that those living in Ankara can go to Samsun in 2 hours by high-speed train and see the Bandırma Ferry, İlkadım City, the Black Sea, and the deltas. Let them visit the capital of the Amazon and come back. For this, we want the high-speed train to be in Samsun as soon as possible. The high-speed train we will win will add value to our country's economy, trade and tourism. It will also pave the way for more efficient use of our plains, ”he said.

Be the first to comment

Leave a response

Your email address will not be published.