TCDD-DB High Level Working Group Meeting was held in Berlin

Turkish State Railways-DB High Level Working Group Meeting was held in Berlin since 2012 years in Germany and enhance the existing cooperation in the railway between Turkey and continues to work in order to implement new areas of cooperation "of the Turkish State Railways-DB High Level Working Group" VII. The meeting was held in Berlin.
The head of the Turkish delegation headed by Adem Kayış, head of the Human Resources Department, was İbrahim Çelik, Head of Load Department, and Deniz Aslan, Department of Foreign Relations. At the meeting, which came at the end of the restructuring process in both state administration, Turkey - Germany and the Germany-Turkey-Iran line to be put into a time of new freight train and a variety of educational issues were discussed.
TCDD-DB officials agreed that the establishment of Sub-Working Groups composed of experts and the work of the newly established TCDD-DB Load Working Sub-Group should be initiated to enable concrete results in the areas of cooperation to be reached more quickly.
Head of Human Resources Department Adem Kayış and Head of External Relations at DB International In 2016, Jens Gräfer stated that they would be pleased with the development of close cooperation between the two administrations. They agreed on the year 2016 the meeting to be held in Turkey in the second quarter.

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