Turkey will take oil from Iran in return will give rail

Turkey will take oil from Iran, will give rail in response: Transport, Shipping and Communications Minister Yıldırım, "We have signed a contract according to Iran's 80 million-euro basis swap. TÜPRAŞ will buy oil from Iran, while Karabük will deliver a 80 million-euro track. ” said.

Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yıldırım visited the Governorship in Karabük, where the Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak Railway Line Rehabilitation and Signalization Project came to the opening ceremony of the Karabük-Zonguldak segment.

Welcomed by Governor Orhan Alimoğlu, AK Party Deputy Chairman Mehmet Ali Şahin and other concerned, Yıldırım went to the office and received information about his work from Alimoğlu.

Sahin, the AK Party government in the period from listening to investments made in Karabük Lightning, told Turkey's dependence on foreign sources of production in railway ended.

Today was opening the Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak Railway Line Rehabilitation and Signaling their transfer details about Project Lightning, he stressed that the first major project of his life passed without rail projects in Turkey's EU membership.

“WE HAVE SIGNED AN 80-MILLION EUROS-BASED CALCULATION AGREEMENT WITH IRAN”

Pointing out that Karabük is an important heavy industrial city established during the republic period, Yıldırım said:

"Today Kardemir Karabük cherish the brand and do our best to contribute to the development of Turkey in the same manner we make every effort. We couldn't make rails until the day we came to power. Now in Karabük, rail is produced and even sold out with the contribution of Mr. Mehmet Ali Şahin. The other day, we signed an agreement on Iran on the basis of an exchange of 80m euros. TÜPRAŞ will buy petroleum from Iran, while Karabük will deliver 80 million euros. This means guaranteeing one-year business of Karabük. It is meaningful and important for both Karabük and our country. ”

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