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The common point of the Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ATSO) and the Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB) to Burdur and Isparta was the high speed train. ATSO and ATB board members and parliamentary council members were merged with the idea that the region cannot be considered independent from each other in terms of economic, social and cultural aspects while visiting the governorships, chambers of commerce and industry of the two cities. Support from the Burdur and Ispartali businessmen also came to the 'High Speed Train Signature Campaign' launched by ATSO during the visits. The biggest roof organizations of the three provinces have joined forces for the high-speed train.
Burdur Governor Nurettin Yılmaz said that the civil borders have no meaning and that Antalya, Burdur and Isparta have become a single city. Pointing out that he lives in Burdur, close to the population of Burdur in Antalya, Governor Yılmaz said, “For this reason, I do not distinguish between cities.” said. Another address visited by the delegation after the governorship was Burdur Commodity Exchange. Isparta Governor Memduh Oğuz said, “I saw this from this visit. There is an intention to open our arms wider, or if they will be together. ” he spoke.
The delegation from Antalya met with business representatives of both cities. Burdur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TSO) Yusuf Keyik, who came to Antalya last week and supported ATSO's high-speed train campaign, said, “We are always together in the regional steps to be taken.” said. Upon the call of Keyik, Burdur TSO Parliament Speaker and councilors supported the high-speed train campaign with their signatures. Chairman of Isparta Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Şükrü Başdeğirmen said that the visit gives them strength. Isparta TSO and stock market heads also supported the high-speed train campaign.
ATSO President Çetin Osman Budak emphasized that the transportation network of Antalya, Burdur and Isparta with Anatolia should be 'strengthened'. Budak, who asked for support from Burdur and Ispartali businessmen for the signature campaign launched by ATSO, stated that the richness of Anatolia will come to the Western Mediterranean with the connection of Antalya to the high speed train network, “The most important problem of the region is transportation. The transportation infrastructure of the region, including the transportation of Antalya, needs to be strengthened. Western Mediterranean Region writes success story in Turkey, but large transport problem. Rail transportation is a dream of 100 years. Why do we want the high speed train? In Antalya, there are 550 thousand tourist beds, which are used only six months of the year. If the high-speed train arrives, we can attract the richness of Anatolia here. High speed train enriches the region. If we voice this request loudly together, we can ensure that it is on the agenda of the national public and our Prime Minister. ” he spoke.
Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Board of Western Mediterranean Economic Development Foundation Ali Çandır stated that the economies of the three cities will be stronger by acting together, “The railway should be vocalized together as a region and a good public opinion should be formed.” found the assessment.
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