The children of the world found in Ankara for the Turkish Olympics became the guests of the General Directorate of TCDD. Turkish lovers, who gave a mini concert to the railway staff with their poems and songs, received great applause.
The International Turkish Olympics, which took place with the participation of 135 students from 500 countries this year, became a partner in TCDD with its enthusiasm. Students from Afghanistan, Algeria, Mozambique, Albania, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Romania and the Philippines visited the TCDD Headquarters. Students first came together with the Deputy General Directors Veysi Kurt, İsmet Duman and heads of departments in the meeting room. The head of the delegation made a short presentation here on how students were prepared for the Olympics.
Veysi Kurt, Assistant General Manager, expressed his satisfaction with the visit of the students and said that they watch the Olympics proudly. school students studying in Turkey, underlining that Turkey is represented across continents Kurt, love these students, stressed that enforcement of compassion and peace. "I remember the love of people every time I watch you." Veysi Kurt thanked everyone who contributed to the organization. Kurt giving information about TCDD, Turkey's High-Speed Train (YHT) business in the world 8, while in Europe, recalling that # 6 will be held in 2013, the students who participated in the Olympics heralded going to Ankara to Istanbul YHT.
Assistant General Manager İsmet Duman also emphasized the importance of Turkish schools abroad. Reminding that gained importance in the world of lobbying smoke, stressed that Turkey's natural representatives of the students who grew up in Turkish schools.
The students then went to the conference hall and gave a mini-concert to the railway staff. Students who read poems and singing in the hall gave support with applause. At the end of the concert railroad workers, students took pictures with plenty of memories. Following the cocktail given in honor of Turkish lovers, the program ended with the photograph taken in front of the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways.