Samsun, Prime Minister Fast Train asked: Samsun Mercantile Exchange Chairman Sinan Cakir, Turkey Trade and Industry Council Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu presenting a report on the Samsun problems, Fast Train's Republic asked to be completed before the 100th anniversary.
Samsun Mercantile Exchange Chairman Sinan Cakir, Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu, Trade and Industry Council presenting a report on the problems of Samsun, Fast Train's asked to be completed before the 100th anniversary of the Republic.
- Turkey Trade and Industry Council Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu hosted by TOBB President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu and was held at TOBB Twin Towers with the participation of nine Minister.
There are 81 cities selected sözcüThe Prime Minister and Ministers were presented with three minutes each, regarding the problems of their provinces and their solution proposals for these problems.
Shahid Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Fikri Isik, Minister of Labor and Social Security Faruk Celik, Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci, Minister of Food, Agriculture and Livestock Mr. Mehdi Eker, Customs and Trade Minister Nurettin Canikli, Minister of Development Cevdet Yılmaz and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek and TOBB President Hisarcıklıoğlu, bureaucrats, chamber and exchange chairmen and a large number of guests attended the event.
Samsun Commodity Exchange Chairman Sinan Çakır was elected for Samsun sözcüIn his presentation addressed to Prime Minister Davutoğlu and the Ministers, who explained Samsun's problems and their solution proposals for these problems:
“The most important problem of Samsun is the absence of large-scale investment areas that will enable us to reach the“ 2023 Economic Targets ”, prevent local industrialists from investing elsewhere, and attract industrialists to our city. Our short term solution proposal regarding this issue; Samsun Tekkeköy shipyard area, which has an area of 100 hectares, is removed from the idle state and opened to the service of the entrepreneur as an Organized Industrial Zone. In addition to the shipyard area, it is the transfer of 200 hectares of Gelemen Agricultural Enterprise from the southern border of the Shipyard Area to the OIZ. Thus, an area of 300 hectares will be created. Our medium and long term solution proposal: The wetland and buffer zone between Samsun-Çarşamba Airport and Çarşamba District is re-evaluated and planned as an Organized Industrial Zone. The occupancy rate of Samsun Central Organized Industrial Zone is one hundred percent. It is not realistic to direct the investor to the inner regions far from the port and airport, based on the occupancy rate throughout the province. The start date of the Samsun - Ankara high-speed train project has been postponed to 2023. Our request is to complete this project before the 100th anniversary of our Republic. Samsun-Ankara State railway is a rather inefficient and old line that reaches Ankara via Amasya, Sivas and Kayseri. As a result of the realization of this line as Samsun-Amasya-Çorum-Kırıkkale-Ankara, the 900-kilometer line will drop to 400 kilometers. Samsun's agricultural potential should be mobilized. Çarşamba and Bafra Plains Irrigation, drainage and other infrastructure investments and land consolidation works in these two plains should be completed as soon as possible. Universal registration of Samsun's natural and cultural assets will make a great contribution to tourism. The studies for including Kızılırmak Delta Bird Paradise, Vezirköprü Şahinkaya canyon and 114 wooden mosques in the UNESCO World Heritage List should be initiated by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Direct flights from Samsun to Krasnodar should be started. " said.
Prime Minister Davutoğlu made the closing speech after the presentation of the 81 province. I Yet another point was the demand of our presidents. Everywhere, in Samsun, the demands on organized industrial zones are a very important indicator. Organize
President Sinan Cakir, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu prepared the file of the request for the Organized Industrial Zone.