Turkmenistan on its way to becoming a logistics center

Turkmenistan, towards becoming a logistics center: Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) of Turkey-Turkmenistan Business Council Chairman Halil Avci, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov's vision with Central Asia's logistics center in Turkmenistan signed the massive project towards becoming expects a bright future told. Avcı stated that both the success of 'Atavatan' Turkmenistan and the role of Turkish contractors in this success are proud.
Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) of Turkey-Turkmenistan Business Council Chairman Halil Avci, President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov's vision with Central Asia's logistics center in Turkmenistan signed the massive project towards becoming expects a bright future, he said. Avcı stated that both the success of “Atavatan” Turkmenistan and the role of Turkish contractors in this success were proud.
At the opening ceremony of the "Ashgabat International Airport", which was built by the Turkish contracting company with an investment of 2 billion 250 million dollars and attended by the guests from all over the world, Avci said that our country represented the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Ahmet Arslan. Our assistant Mr. Orhan Birdal and our Ambassador to Ashgabat Mustafa Kapucu accompanied him. "It was a very important day for both Turkmenistan and the Turkish contractor sector, the pupil of Central Asia."
“An impressive project”
Emphasizing that Ashgabat International Airport, which was built with a different concept inspired by the hawk, which is one of the important symbols of the Turkmen culture, also attracts attention with its advanced technological equipment and modern airport management, Avcı declared the year 2016 as 'Year of Respect to Heritage'. This airport is a very impressive project both in terms of keeping the culture of the country alive with the theme of Turkmen falcon and presenting the needs of modernism together. ”
Underlining that the plane belonging to Turkish Airlines, which organized a special flight to Ashgabat due to the opening, was one of the first aircraft to land in the area, Halil Avcı, President Berdimuhamedov personally accepted the passengers at the door of the plane, sohbet He emphasized that.
“The historical silk road is reviving”
DEIK Chairman Halil Avci Turkey-Turkmenistan Business Council, which is a crossroads of Turkmenistan in Central Asia, pointing out that in the center of the old Silk Road, said:
“Turkmenistan pursues to revive the old Silk Road with the vision of President Berdimuhammedov. Turkmenistan is taking quick steps towards becoming the logistics center of Central Asia. It tries to revive the Silk Road with its railroad connections. He built an international airport to serve 17 million passengers a year. It is building a gigantic port in Turkmenbashi in Caspian. Additional Ro-Ro ships were placed between Baku and Turkmenistan. The country is connected by rail line from north to south. The railway network reaches Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran and from there to the Persian Gulf. On the other hand, Turkmenistan, China, the new rail network will connect to Europe through Azerbaijan and Turkey. "
“On the way to become the logistics center of Central Asia”
Noting that Turkmenistan, which revived the Old Silk Road, is taking rapid steps towards becoming the logistics center of Central Asia, Avcı said, “Turkmenistan is our ancestral homeland. Our language is one, our culture is one. The rapid development it has experienced in recent years also makes us happy. The fact that Turkmenistan preferred Turkish contractors in huge projects is proud for us. This is an indication that both Turkmenistan's trust in our contractors and our contractors are doing their job in the best way. We are proud of our colleagues who swell our breasts with successful projects. ”
Halil Avcı noted that Türkmenbaşı Port, which is a huge project made by Turkish contractors, will be opened next year.

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