YHT to connect Istanbul to Bulgaria

YHT will connect Istanbul to Bulgaria: Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Lütfi Elvan said, “We also want to bid for the high-speed train project that connects Istanbul to the Bulgarian border-Edirne Kapikule this year. Our friends are doing the necessary work in this regard. ”
Turkey, Europe - Caucasus - Asia Transport Corridor (TRACECA) Intergovernmental Commission took over the Chairmanship of Tajikistan.
He chaired the 11th TRACECA Intergovernmental Commission Meeting of Lütfi Elvan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. Gagik Grigoryan, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport of Armenia, also attended the meeting held at a hotel in Beşiktaş, Istanbul.
Minister Lutfi Speaking at the meeting Elvan, Turkey by mentioning the transportation investments made in the last period, "to complete new connections on international traffic serving the main axes, and in particular have given priority to eliminate obstacles at border crossings," he said.
Reminding that they have implemented Marmaray, Minister Elvan said, “By the end of this year, the Kars-Tbilisi-Baku line will be completed. In this framework, we will have created an uninterrupted Silk Railway network from London to Beijing. On the other hand, application project studies are continuing intensively on our High Speed ​​Train Routes connecting the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. ” Stating that daily visits between cities are increasing and domestic tourism is developing with High Speed ​​Train lines, Elvan said, “We also want to bid for the high speed train project that connects Istanbul to the Bulgarian border-Edirne Kapıkule this year. Our friends are doing the necessary work in this regard. Our important works on the routes connecting the West to the East will be in question in railway investments. ”
Civil aviation world aviation in Turkey, indicating that the rapid growth in the 3rd floor of Ministers Elven, "air traffic came to Istanbul as one of the world's most important centers. The growth rate of this sector has achieved a growth performance of over 10 percent in the past 14 years. ”
Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova at the conference titled "Restoration of the Historical Silk Road" held in Baku in 1998 with an Eastern initiative created by the EU in order to connect TRACECA Commonwealth of Independent States to Europe through the Caucasus and the Black Sea. , Romania, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine and the name of a program signed by the president of Uzbekistan. TRACECA was established with the signing of the multilateral Basic Agreement. TRACECA not only foresees a multi-mode transportation corridor covering Railway, Seaway and Road transport, it also aims to improve trade and transportation in the region and to increase the accessibility of the Caucasus and Central Asian countries to Europe and the World Markets through this alternative transportation corridor.

Günceleme: 01/12/2018 17:07

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