Preparations for the 55th Transport and Communications Council, which will include high-level participants from 12 different countries, are about to be completed. Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu stated that the Council will offer the opportunity to set new goals and new visions, and said, “The 12. You should see the Transport and Communications Council as the signal flare of a major investment move that will support Turkey's foreign trade targets in particular.
Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, made inspections at the Atatürk Airport event center before the 12th Transport and Communications Council.
Making a press statement after the examination, Karaismailoğlu said, “We will hold the 6th Transportation and Communications Council, where we will discuss the transportation and communication systems and policies of the future at the international level, at Atatürk Airport C Terminal Event Center on October 7-8-12. At the 12th meeting, which will be discussed with the focus of 'Logistics-Mobility-Digitalization', we will talk about transportation and communication investments, the driving force of development in the world.”
TURKEY IS ON THE THRESHOLD OF BEING A REGIONAL ECONOMIC LEADER
Karaismailoğlu said, “As the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, we continue to work with all our strength on safe transportation and communication to every point of our country at the same quality, at the same standard, at the same speed, in the same comfort, without regional differences.”
“We will continue to announce to our nation the services we have put into practice, not what we have failed to do, by embracing the politics of service. We have implemented very serious projects to establish uninterrupted and high quality transportation infrastructures between continents by creating multimodal transportation links not only within the country but also through international corridors. With the aim of a big and strong Turkey, we have put global scale giant transportation projects into the service of our people and the world in 19 years. In the last 19 years, we have made Turkey one of the leading countries thanks to our investments that will quickly close the gaps of the past in the field of transportation and communication thanks to political stability and determined policies. Located in the center of the Eurasian region and at the heart of the New Silk Road, our country is on the verge of becoming a regional economic leader that will determine the course of global trade.”
TOP SPEAKERS FROM 55 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
Emphasizing that the 12th Transportation and Communications Council to be held will offer the opportunity to reveal new goals and new visions, Karaismailoğlu said that within the scope of the Council, panels will be held with high-level domestic and foreign speakers from 5 sectors, including road, railway, maritime, aviation and communication.
Minister of Transport Karaismailoğlu said, “We will host as guests from 55 different countries, by holding closed sessions with the participation of Ministers of Transport and Deputy Ministers; We will discuss the cooperation opportunities, regional problems and solution proposals in the sector on mega transportation projects that can change the world, improving transportation in the post-Kovid-19 world, setting new standards for flexibility and global supply chains, development of economy and transportation corridors that will provide holistic development, and their impact on countries. You should see the 12th Transport and Communications Council as a signal flare for a major investment move that will support Turkey's foreign trade targets.”
WE INCLUDE NON-EXPRESSED NEEDS MORE IN OUR PLANNING
Pointing out that the results of the council and the decisions to be taken afterwards will be the most important dynamics of development in every field, especially in the transportation and communication sectors and economy, Karaismailoğlu made the following assessments:
“It will reveal the Turkish Transportation Policy, which will draw our new roadmap for our country to reach its 2023, 2035, 2053 and 2071 targets. Previously, the main determinants in the transportation and communication sectors; we were listing the current needs, expectations and targets driving them. Now, in parallel with our changing world, we closely follow and identify new trends. We carry out every work with a visionary perspective, taking into account the dynamics of mobility, digitalization and logistics. With these dynamics, we are in an ambitious process that aims to integrate the world into this geography. In the new transformation process, we include the needs that have not been revealed more in our plans. We will bring together local and foreign senior executives, scientists, non-governmental organizations and private sector representatives who are experts in the policies and strategies that will achieve these goals, with the 3th Transport and Communication Council, which will last for 12 days. Evaluating the situation in our region and the world, we will determine international and regional transportation, communication policies and opportunities for the future with our colleagues from 55 countries and local and foreign participants who are experts in their fields, and we will have the opportunity to present our cooperation vision.
100 COMPANIES WILL PARTICIPATE
Stating that all preparations have been completed to realize the 12th Council, which is the most important and comprehensive event in Turkey in its field, Karaismailoğlu noted that they have transformed Atatürk Airport into an event center. Providing information about the Event Center, Minister of Transport Karaismailoğlu said, “15 companies will participate in the Council, which will be held on a total area of 2 thousand m3, including a closed area of 500 thousand m2 and a special production exhibition area of 35 thousand 2 m100 outside the building. Simultaneous meetings will be held in 8 different halls, and an auditorium for a thousand people is being built at the same time. We will host our local and foreign participants in the best way possible at Atatürk Airport, which has been transformed into an event center within the scope of the council. The exchanges of ideas that will take place in this council will make a very important contribution to moving towards new horizons in the upcoming period.”