- 9 million trees will be planted for the bridge and the airport: Minister Arslan, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Istanbul New Airport in the project on the agenda from time to time in the "tree sector" made discussions about.
Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan, one of the biggest projects in the history of the Republic 3. noting that the number of trees to be planted for both projects will find 9 million.
Arslan, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Istanbul New Airport projects from time to time on the agenda of the "tree sector" made explanations about the discussions.
Arslan reminded that a protocol was made between the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications and the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs for these projects. Both the ministry and the undertaking consortiums of both projects as we pay great attention to this issue. Iki said.
For the North Marmara Motorway Project, which also includes the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Arslan said that 381 thousand trees were cut or transported so far. .
Il More than one million trees will be planted for the airport “
Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Arslan, as required by the protocol with the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Istanbul New Airport, the number of trees cut for the construction of the 5 floor had to be planted, but the undertaking consortium aims to rise far above this figure.
Arslan continued his words as follows:
Or In fact, every tree that is cut at a minimum level is recorded. As the length of the trees and the size of the sea is increased away from the sea, the vegetation in the area is wide and large. In the project where vegetation coverings in small oak style are found, it is planned to plant 5 million trees corresponding to many more than 5 times. In this direction soon it will begin to 5 million trees planting in certain regions of Turkey. "
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