We are one of the 10 countries with the high-speed train technology: TCDD İzmir Regional Director Selim Koçbay 3, one of the 10 countries with the high-speed railway technology in the world, he said it was Turkey. "We are one of the countries in Europe and our railways are growing day by day," said Koçbay.
Balkan Anatolian Association and İzmir Sancak Rumeli Associations president and managers paid a "Good luck" visit to TCDD İzmir 3rd Regional Manager Selim Koçbay, who was reassigned last June. Expressing his satisfaction with the visit of Balkan association representatives, Koçbay said, “I have a history of 26 years in TCDD. Since January 2004, I have served at various levels including Deputy Regional Director. This is the second time I have been appointed to this position and I will try to do my best as long as the task is given. We signed big projects with our Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım during his ministry and we still continue to do the works that are the continuation of those projects. We have more to do for Izmir. We are one of the 10 countries with high speed train technology in the world. In addition, we are one of the 6 countries in Europe and our railways are expanding and growing day by day and we are doing our best to expand this ”.
Ender Öztürk, President of the Balkan Anatolian Association, said: “As the Balkan community, we admire the services and works of our Manager and are proud. Again the Republic of Turkey State Railways During our visit to Izmir therefore be assigned to the 3rd District Directorate wish to continue their success itself, "he said. Ömer Ok, the President of İzmir Sancak Rumeli Association, said, “It has been our day to meet our fellow countryman. On behalf of my association, we congratulate our manager, who devoted a large part of his life to TCDD and whose history is full of success. We wish him outstanding success in his new position, ”he said.
During the visit, Balkan Anatolian Association President Ender Öztürk, İzmir Sancak Rumeli Association President Ömer Ok, Board Members İsa Nezir, Sebahattin Dönmez, Yaşar Calay, Ahmet Müftüoğlu and Mustafa Çetin took part.