Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu, while Turkey is the world's most important infrastructure projects postponed due to the outbreak of the epidemic, he said the opportunity to translate. now in Turkey's seamless continuation of the project become a playmaker, he said.
Evaluating the effects of the Kovid-19 outbreak in the world, Karaismailoğlu drew attention to the fact that there was a contraction in tourism and trade volume due to travel restrictions and social distance measures.
TECHNOLOGICAL INVESTMENTS CONTINUE WITHOUT CUTTING
Karaismailoğlu continued as follows: “In order to effectively evaluate the global opportunities that emerge after the epidemic, we must first perfect our infrastructure in order to turn these opportunities into permanent economic wealth for our country and our people. For this reason, we continue our construction and reform works on land, air, sea and railroads from our mega projects, digitalization processes in all modes of transportation, and technological investments that will improve our communication infrastructure. ”
“THE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS, INDUSTRIAL INVESTMENTS WE MADE WILL PREVENT THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND SOCIO CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT THAT INCREASED THE OPPORTUNITIES”
Minister Karaismailoğlu's evaluations on the agenda are as follows: “It is clear that our country will play a role in a very short term in the region within the changing economic power balances. When we manage to implement our mega projects, our citizens will witness the positive impact of their returns on social and economic quality of life. Turkey's development by living apart and they will see at every point connected with the world. The infrastructural investments, industrial investments, business opportunities that we make will open the way for an increased agricultural production and socio-cultural development. ”
“THE MEASURES WE HAVE TAKEN IN PORTHOLISM ACTIVITIES IN THE PUBLIC PROCESS HAVE PROVIDED THE SECTOR TO PROVIDE UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE WITHOUT A SERIOUS LOSS”.
"After the outbreak in almost every sector, particularly in the transport and tourism sector in Turkey normalization steps we are taking a great pace. While most countries have suspended cross-border passenger transport services, some have also brought restrictions. Despite the negative developments in the world of port business experienced a vague changes in Turkey's port. The measures we have taken in port operations during the epidemic have enabled the sector to provide uninterrupted service without any serious loss. ”
“THE NUMBER OF COUNTRIES TO BE MADE WITH A RESIDENTAL FLIGHT AGREEMENT INCREASES EVERY DAY WITH THE CONTRIBUTION OF RELATED MINISTERS”
"Return to normal domestic flights in Turkey, while continuing in full swing, with the contribution of overseas flights mutual agreement of the countries concerned ministries number is increasing every day. As a result of this intense work, our flag carrier Turkish Airlines started direct flights with the UK, which was an important step in returning to normal in aviation. In addition to this flight to England, I would like to announce that as of August 1, Russia, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, India, South Africa and Dubai flights will start. Recently, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Kyrgyzstan, Kenya, Uzbekistan, Kuwait and Abu Dhabi are among the other countries to start flying. ”
“WE MAKE OUR PROJECTS A LIFE AS A COUNTRY”
“As a result of the financial crisis due to the epidemic, many countries are reviewing important transportation infrastructure projects such as roads, bridges and tunnels. It is seen that many important projects have been shelved due to the epidemic in China, where the world's longest double-decker railway suspension bridge was recently built. As a country, we are realizing our projects one by one. ”
NEXT MEGA PROJECTS IN TURKEY FOR BEAUTIFUL DAYS ARE COMING to COMPLETION POINT
“The social changes caused by the epidemic that caused a sudden growth in the communication sector made electronic communication and postal services much more important. In the period when people were under quarantine, the need for strong infrastructure and uninterrupted service created an extraordinary demand especially for telecom companies as many companies switched to remote working order and education was moved to the virtual environment. In order to meet this demand, we have implemented the measure package to protect service continuity and quality. In summary, our transportation and infrastructure investments throughout the world epidemic that adversely affected their work as we continued our projects in Turkey and uninterrupted. A widespread transportation infrastructure and a modern communication network are among the most important components of economic and social development. We are bringing to the point of completing many mega projects in our country, land, air, sea and railways for the next beautiful days. ”