Kars Logistics Center and Kars's Position Will Be More Important

Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan and Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Faruk Özlü visited the Governorship of Kars.

Ministers Özlü and Arslan, who came to Kars after their program in Ardahan, were welcomed by Governor Rahmi Doğan, district governors and other interested parties.

Özlü and Arslan, who signed the book of honor at the entrance of the Governor's Office, met with Governor Doğan for a while.

Minister Arslan stated that the region has important values ​​during the visit and said, "If you do not reveal the values ​​of our city and your region, it will only remain in the discourse." said.

Emphasizing that Serhat provinces have many advantages, Arslan said, “As Serhat provinces, we always say that we have many advantages, as much as we can unearth these advantages by making investments that will pave the way for the industry and industry, we can benefit from the position of these provinces and our region, and we can benefit from this as investment and employment in favor of our citizens. We evaluate. " said.

Arslan pointed out that the logistics center that they started to build in Kars after the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway project, which was put into service a while ago, is important in this sense and said that when the center is completed, the city will reach an important position in terms of industry, logistics and shipping.

Minister Özlü also gave information about the work to be carried out in Kars, saying, “The Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ) in Kars needs to be developed and expanded, we have determined an area of ​​approximately 104 hectares, we have determined the area to be developed, the expropriation of these areas will be completed in 2018. The approximate cost of this is 30 million lira. The asphalting and maintenance of the roads in the OSB will cost about 7 million lira. I hope we will complete the roads of OIZ. " used the expressions.

Ministers Özlü and Arslan visited Ebu'l Hasan Harakani Tomb and left the city.



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