No dismissal at KGM

There is no dismissal at KGM: The Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Lütfi Elvan, regarding the allegations of dismissal from the General Directorate of Highways, said, "Our General Manager is currently with permission, there is no such thing as dismissal." Elvan, who irrigated the pine sapling planted in his name in the garden of the establishment during his visit to Bartın Governorship, signed the dignity book just later.
Meeting with Governor Seyfettin Azizoğlu, Elvan said in his speech here that the issue of opening new landing corridors in the Black Sea, especially from north to south, and ensuring contact along the Black Sea coast has not been addressed for years.
Explaining that they have dealt with these issues since 2003 with the AK Party governments and started to realize unimaginable projects, Elvan said: “We, as the ministry, announced the 'tunnel year' in 2014 and 2015. We built 2014 km of tunnels in 119 alone. From 1923 until 2003 Turkey's total tunnel length of 50 km. We built 119 km of tunnels in a year. In 2015, we will open a 128-kilometer tunnel.
Today, we will open the tunnel in Bartın, which reduces the distance of 30 minutes to 5 minutes. It is an important achievement for Bartın and our country. We are still working on divided method. We have only one method work. We follow these works closely. We are currently working in every city of our country. We have 2 thousand 200 near the construction site in Turkey. I'm saying this for our tunnels. Our tunnel works continue in summer and winter without a 24-hour break. In such a beautiful geography and in our important tourism center, what is needed is a strong access infrastructure.
If you want to talk about development and development in a city, our essential is a strong access infrastructure. " We are building the second largest tunnel in the world Elvan pointed out that they continue their highways investments intensively and stated that they mainly transferred their allocations to the tunnels in 2014 and 2015. Saying, “We are building the second largest tunnel in the world,” Elvan said, “It is a route connecting our Black Sea to Eastern Anatolia, then to the Southeast, to Mardin. We are opening a 30-kilometer tunnel in total.
When it is a double tunnel, it makes 30 km. 14,7 km single tube and now we have passed 50 percent. Whichever city you go to, you see new tunnels. This is one of the most important indicators of Turkey's progress and development, "he said. “Taxes on imported mobile phones are being considered. On the question of what point are we in domestic production, what is planned to be built related to this, ”Elvan said:“ We have companies that are currently starting domestic production. The ultra-modern, 'smart' phone production, but we can say that they are performing the 8-9 percent of the total mobile phone sales in Turkey as we look down the rate met up with locally produced mobile phones.
This is not enough for us. We want to increase this rate. The amount we paid last year for import alone is 2,7 billion dollars for a mobile phone. It is natural that our current account deficit, especially considering that the mobile phone of promoting manufacturing in Turkey, will provide a positive contribution to our current account deficit. Our Ministry of Economy will work in this direction, but especially as the ministry, we will provide very serious support to R&D studies on information and communication technologies as of 2015. We allocated a resource of 1 billion liras. Cash basis will be at stake as a full grant. "

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