CHP research commission asked for the cruise port project to be built on Lara Beach in Antalya.
CHP Antalya Deputy Niyazi Nephi establishment of a commission of inquiry prepared by Kara at the desired resolution drew attention to the lost momentum of cruise tourism in Turkey.
In the rationale of the proposal, he stated that in the cruise port project announced by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, the EIA decisions were not put on the public page, the public was not sufficiently informed and the port would harm the natural texture and the environment of the Lara Coast.
ROTA REMOVED BY TURKEY COMPANIES
The proposal also gives place to the figure for cruise tourism in Turkey, the CHP Antalya deputy, Dr. Niyazi Nephi Kara said in a statement, "Turkey has had its best year since it started in 2003 to 2013 in cruise tourism for the first time. With a total 2013 1274 of cruise ships, including vessels million in the year 1542 2 240 thousand tourists came to our country. 2017 307 310 306 887 4 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX This loss in XNUMX year is all about security concerns. Because the cruise ships and those who prefer to travel often have middle and upper class income and are mostly US tourists and these tourists are easily affected by security risks. And unfortunately, in our country terrorism, coup attempts, political turmoil, the State of Emergency and ohal'l the pressure on the administration's opposition, the West debates the country, as happened in our ongoing war factors like many companies in the Middle East Turkey to remove from the route instead eastern Mediterranean have led to prefer the Far East routes "when saying Turkey in the short term expected to eliminate these security risks that cause serious damage to the port will be Lara Coast for cruise tourism, he said it would be an investment.
Kara also said that this investment, which will be carried out without taking into account these losses and without taking the necessary measures, will bring more burden to the people of Antalya rather than the economic contribution.