We Finish The Giant Project Early

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The letter of "We Finish the Giant Project Early" was published in the March 2020 issue of Raillife magazine of the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Mehmet Cahit Turhan.

The Author of the Minister


As the philosopher Isaac Newton said; instead of building bridges, people are left alone because they build walls. We are building bridges because our loneliness does not allow this loneliness. We unite the continents once more.

We continue to build the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge at full speed.

We are putting our signature under one of the biggest projects of our country.

The 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, which is a new alternative to the Bosphorus Crossing, will be the longest middle span suspension bridge in the world with its middle span of 2 meters.

In this giant project, we have covered the history of Çanakkale in the details of our bridge. Representing the 3th of the 18rd month, the height of our bridge will be 318 meters.

In our project, which is extremely sensitive to the environment, we carry out our works with sensitivity to prevent damage to our sea creatures.

We do not make excuses, we continue on our way by putting on everything we do and we offer one of the world's few projects to your service.

And we are completing the expected project. And long before the contract date ...

We are proud because we work for the public, we feed on the public.

While we serve our people, our Mehmetçi maintains the territorial integrity and border security of our country in Idlib. It takes all necessary steps in Libya in Idlib to break the hands extended against the integrity of its homeland. Unfortunately, at the end of last month, 33 heroes of Mehmet Mehmet were martyred as a result of the low attack of the regime forces in Idlib, Syria. I wish mercy from Allah to our martyrs and urgent healing to our wounded. It should not be forgotten that, with the support of our nation, these treacherous elements will be given the necessary answer.

Our prayers with our Mehmetciks…


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