High Speed Train will rain tourists in the eastern provinces: Tunceli, Elazığ, Malatya and Bingöl will change the shell with the projects to be built up to 2023. YHT will reach Elazığ, 'Apricot Stock Exchange' will be established in Malatya.
While the GOVERNMENT introduced the new Eastern Anatolia Action Plan (DAP), development agencies pushed the button to implement the projects in the plan. Tunceli, Elazig, Malatya and Bingöl, 2023 billion dollars of exports with projects to be carried out until 2, 500 thousand will have the capacity to attract tourists. High Speed Train will reach the region, will quickly develop. Unemployment in four provinces will drop to the average 8.
YHT, BICYCLE ROAD
For this purpose, the Action Plan for the four provinces was put into action by the Fırat Development Agency under the coordination of the Ministry of Development. Here are the steps that will rapidly develop four provinces: Bicycle paths in cities, urban transport will be integrated. Çetinkaya-Malatya-Yolçatı- Elazığ-Diyarbakır High Speed Train Line will be completed in 2023 for passenger transportation. Sivas-Malatya-Elazig-Bingol-Tatvan railway line will also be modernized.
Science Center on the way
One of the steps to be taken in the economic area will be the establishment of a merkezli Apricot Exchange “based in Malatya. . City History and Civilizations Museum “will be held in Malatya. With the four ”Science Center“ will be established. Cinema and theater halls will be increased.
Tourism attack in Nemrut
Tourism in the region will also stand out. Mount Nemrut National Park in Malatya and Adıyaman road will be made to unite. The roads will be improved, especially for Baba and the paths to the centers. The Stone School and the Armenian Bazaar in Bingöl will have tourism.
”Organized livestock regions“ will be established in the region. Fishing will become widespread in reservoirs. Pütürge, Arguvan, Arapgir, Karakoçan places such as van honey forests Ar will be established. The region will become the aş honey center e and products will be branded from pollen to bee milk.