Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, regarding the flood in Giresun, said, “We are always with our citizens, and we will continue to be there. "We will heal all wounds as soon as possible," he said.
Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu went to Giresun to make examinations in the districts where the flood was effective. Karaismailoğlu, who received a briefing at the Provincial Directorate of Disaster and Emergency (AFAD), made a statement to the journalists and pointed out that a great disaster occurred as a result of the rains that started on the night of August 22, and expressed his condolences to the citizens who lost their lives in the flood and to their relatives. Minister Karaismailoğlu stated that unfortunately the losses cannot be recovered, but their wounds will be healed as soon as possible, “We are in an effort for this. "We came here to give strength to our friends to heal these wounds as soon as possible."
No closed roads in the area affected by the flood
Karaismailoğlu drew attention to the fact that the rains are very effective in the four valleys in the region and that many teams have been working to open the roads with construction machines from the first moment. Noting that there are no closed roads in the region, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “There are problems in some of our villages. I hope we will reach them as soon as possible and then we will start healing their wounds. " used the expression.
"We are with our citizens, we will heal all wounds as soon as possible"
Underlining that efforts are being made to bring life back to normal in the districts affected by the flood, Minister Karaismailoğlu said:
“In Dereli district, where the damage is great, we will work with heart and soul to remove the damage as soon as possible and return our citizens to normal life. Hopefully, we will take more serious and permanent measures to prevent these disasters from now on. I say get well soon to Giresun again. I hope we will do everything we can to avoid such disasters again. We are always with our citizens, and we will continue to be there. We will heal all wounds as soon as possible. "