Hundreds of trees in Flory were sacrificed to the Marmaray

Hundreds of trees in Flory were sacrificed to the Marmaras: The hundreds of trees around Florya Train Station for the High Speed ​​Train and Marmaray project caused the people of the region to react.
Within the scope of the High Speed ​​Train and Marmaray project, hundreds of railways in Florya Train Station were cut off last weekend due to the railway line to be extended to Çorlu. Florya residents and environmentalists, who saw the trees on both sides of the line cut off, reacted to the workers and acted to stop the slaughter.
Florya and ATATURK Forest Protection and Culture Association (FLODER) President Taner Dayı, the company officials to give them the information that they will not cut the trees, but suddenly hundreds of trees, including the trees were cut, he said. Dayı, 'The company that undertook the construction of the line project had a meeting with the NGOs in the region. We were at the meeting as FLODER. 170 in the region will be cut and the remaining 750 tree will be moved. But in the morning we stood up, cutting all the trees. We were immediately intervened, organized a protest. We also applied to the competent authorities. We will never allow the cutting to continue. This project is wrong. The rails for the trees could be passed under the ground. If the trees will be removed, but instead of cutting into another region we want to move, "he said.

Source : is

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