Governor Özdemir Revived Silk Road with BTK Railway: Kars Governor Günay Özdemir stated that the historical Silk Road will revive with the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway Project and said that the province will return to its former glory days.
In Kafkas University (KAU) Europe, the Caucasus, Asia Transport Corridor and Turkey's Increasing Importance 'conference was held. Speaking at the conference, Kars Governor Günay Özdemir pointed out that Kars and this geography also lost importance as the Silk Road lost its importance in the historical process. The governor stated that the historical Silk Road will revive and return to its former glory as a result of other projects, especially the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway Project, built on the Silk Road in recent years.
the city on the Silk Road throughout history, civilization, civilization, economic, socio-cultural life is intense experiencing the city's transfer of the Governor Özdemir, Baku-Tbilisi-Kars and energy as well as with the passage Railway operates transport corridor with Kars in Turkey He emphasized that he will make one of the important cities of.
Özdemir, referring to the history of Kars, which has hosted many ethnic structures of the region throughout the history and enables them to live in peace and security, will have a say in the region and in the country if it fulfills its responsibilities and duties for all institutions and organizations.
Conference, Governor Özdemir, Ahmet Arslan to Rector of the EMU. Dr. Özcan is the General Manager of TCDD İsa Apaydın and the General Directorate of Highways, İsmail Kartal.
Conference, Kars Governor Özdemir, AK Party Kars Deputy Arslan, General Director of TCDD İsa ApaydınGeneral Director of Highways İsmail Kartal, KAÜ Rector. Dr. Sami Özcan, Provincial General Assembly Speaker Necati Dallı, Secretary General of Special Administration Erdinç Dolu, Kağızman Mayor Nevzat Yıldız, SERKA Secretary General Hüsnü Kapu, Commodity Exchange President İsmet Çelik, apartment supervisors, NGO representatives, lecturers and students attended.