Highways Traffic Safety Meeting was Held

Road Traffic Safety Action Plan Coordination Board Meeting was held in the governorship meeting hall under the chairmanship of Adıyaman Governor Mahmut Demirtaş.
In the meeting, while evaluating the problems of Adıyaman on the highways, Traffic Branch Manager Nadir Telli made a presentation accompanied by a slide on the Highway Traffic Safety Action Plan.
Governor Mahmut Demirtaş stated that a committee was established in Adıyaman within the framework of the Highway Traffic Safety Action Plan and said,, The duty of this board is to follow the activities carried out in the provinces as stated in the action plan and to prepare the report for the Ministry of Interior it is to send. In this context Improving Global Road Safety Action Plan within the framework of all the provinces as well as in Turkey is aimed at reducing the rate of 2020 percent of deaths occurred in traffic accidents 50 until the end, "he said.
Colonel Yusuf Yalçın, Commander of the Provincial Gendarmerie, Mayor Necip Büyükaslan, Rector of Adıyaman University. Dr. M. Talha Gönüllü, Deputy Governor Levent Öztin, Provincial Police Director Mehmet Bilici, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairman Mustafa Uslu, Artisan Bail Bonds Cooperative Chairman Abuzer Aslantürk, Chamber of Drivers Chairman Ahmet Stone and the relevant superiors participated.

Source: News 3

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