Minister Yıldırım Clarified the News on the 3rd Bridge Route: A statement was made by Transport Minister Binali Yıldırım to the news about the cancellation of the third bridge project.
Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım, declaring that there are obligatory deviations in the route of the 3rd Bosphorus Bridge in some places, “For example, he came across bird paths in Riva stream. We changed the light path there. There were regions that encountered spring waters, we changed them. Such compulsory minor changes should be included in the plans ”.
Yıldırım answered the questions of members of the press before the opening ceremony of Bingöl Airport. Stating that with the opening of Bingöl Airport, the number of airports served in Turkey will be 51, Yıldırım said, “Today is 12 July, and Bingöl's plate is 12. On this beautiful day, the airport will arrive in Bingöl. kazanWe take great pleasure in climbing. Good luck,” he said.
When asked about the news that the development plan of the 3rd Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul was canceled, Yıldırım said this was completely unrealistic and unfortunate.
Yıldırım said that there were no mistakes regarding the route of the project and the location of the bridge.
There is nothing wrong with it. It's fake news. There is water. There were obligatory deviations in some places on the route of the bridge. For example, the bird found its way in Riva creek. We changed the light path there. There were regions that encountered spring waters, we changed them. Such compulsory minor changes should be included in the plans. This is the process done. Otherwise, we build the bridge randomly and then 'sorry, it was wrong', this is a frivolous thing. Unfortunately, it is given incorrectly, completely distorting a different operation. It is a confusing news.
Evaluating the allegations that the trees were cut in the wrong place, Yıldırım said, “The necessary sensitivity is shown regarding green. "We are afforesting 400 hectares of land at 6 different points in return for the road works on 1400 hectares of land."
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