Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “We do not have any problems with transportation in Türkeli. We opened all the country roads. We gave almost all of them except a few villages in Ayancık. We are better than yesterday, we will be much better tomorrow. Türkeli-Ayancık highway has been opened to traffic for today," he said.
Stating that the works continue uninterruptedly to erase the traces of the disaster in Sinop, Kastamonu and Bartın, where the flood disaster occurred, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu noted that the best examples of state-nation cohesion are seen in the region, and that intense efforts are made to return life to its normal flow.
“Citizens are being evacuated by helicopter”
Reminding that Ayancık and Türkeli districts and their villages were affected by the flood disaster in Sinop, Karaismailoğlu said, “Today, the Türkeli-Ayancık highway has been opened to traffic. Just in case, we also started the ferry service with cars. He made his first voyage today between Türkeli and İnebolu. It will make its second voyage at 06.00:XNUMX tomorrow morning. On the one hand, we open our roads, on the other hand, we produce solutions to make the life of our citizens easier. We also transfer the citizens by helicopter whenever they want," he said.
“Electricity was given to almost all of the villages”
Emphasizing that electricity and mains water in Aydıncık and Türkeli district centers were made available to the citizens in a very short time, Karaismailoğlu thanked Iller Bank and the electricity administration, municipalities and volunteers for their contributions to the work.
Minister Karaismailoğlu continued as follows: “We do not have any problems with transportation in Türkeli. We opened all the country roads. In Ayancık, we gave almost all of them, except for a few villages. Again, in terms of electricity, we have supplied electricity to almost all of Ayancık's villages, including its villages. For a faster transfer, we also deliver all our food aid to all desired points by helicopters one by one.”
“Government and nation, hand in hand, we will overcome this disaster”
Karaismailoğlu, repeating his condolences for those who lost their lives in the flood disaster, said, “Unfortunately, we have 62 casualties. 9 of them are in Sinop. May God have mercy on him, my condolences to his relatives. I hope this number does not increase. Again, under the coordination of AFAD, all our friends are working in an intense mobilization. I hope we will not experience these disasters again," he said.
Minister Karaismailoğlu and Minister of Environment and Urbanization Murat Kurum attended the funeral of Gülcan Demirkol, who died in the flood disaster. Two Ministers made investigations in Babaçay Village of Ayancık district, where the flood disaster took place. Minister Karaismailoğlu and Minister Kurum, by getting information from the authorities in the region, met with the village residents. sohbet He conveyed his "get well soon" wishes. Karaismailoğlu, who then supervised the evacuation of citizens by ferry at the Güzelkent fishermen's shelters, then made investigations in the flood-affected Ayancık Industrial Site.