There was an interesting development in the ongoing discussion between TCDD and Yılmaz Özdil! This time he thanked TCDD Özdil.
Hürriyet writer Yılmaz Özdil and the TCDD put the point in the polemic with a written statement on the railways. At the end of the statement, Yılmaz Özdil was indirectly thanked. Here is the explanation ...
YILMAZ ÖZDİL'S ARTICLE
In recent days, it has been deemed necessary to make the following statement about the debates taking place in the media and internet media.
1- The classification of our history of railways The period of 1923 Demir 1950, where the Ottoman period was taken as a state policy and the railway-weighted transportation policy was followed; the period after 1950 where railroads are followed and railways are neglected and the railways are considered as a state policy.
2- Saying “Railways favor prosperity and hope”, Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who continues to guide Turkish railways, is gratifying with the gratitude; It sees as an ideal target to relive the railway movement during the Atatürk period to our nation.
3- In 2002-2004, the Transport Master Plan Strategy was prepared together with Universities and relevant stakeholders, and the construction and development of railways were reconsidered as a state policy within the framework of this master plan, as in the “first years of the Republic”.
4- TCDD, as well as developing new roads and railway transportation, considers every new technology in the world in the field of railroad, to implement each innovation in its own country and to produce these technologies locally in the process as one of its indispensable strategic goals.
5- Our railway length has been calculated since 1856 on a single line, including 1923-1950.
6- Recent information pollution and the course of discussions; 32 bin is deeply saddened by the excitement and pride of the railways being taken as state policy in the first years of the Republic and investing in the railways.
7- We have a thankful debt to everyone who serves this country by laying a rail, and we thank everyone who supports the railroads sincerely and without any prior or intention in this process. We would also like to thank the words of "Mustafa Kemal, with the vision of Mustafa Kemal, that I would like high speed trains to circulate even in the capillaries of my country", which is included in today's article of a columnist.
It will be publicly honored.
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