Minister Arslandan, before the holiday holiday, critical call

Minister Arslandan critical call before the holiday holidays: Transport Maritime and Communications President Ahmet Arslan, the trip of the Eid al-Adha to follow the rules of traffic to travel.
Ahmet Arslan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, who came to Afyonkarahisar to attend the funeral ceremony of 11-year-old Mehmet Dama from 32 police officers who were martyred in the attack organized by PKK terrorists in a bomb loaded vehicle in Cizre District of Şırnak. Minister Arslan, welcomed by the Governor Aziz Yıldırım, after signing the Honor Book, went to Yıldırım's office with his accompanying.
Stating that the Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım gave the good news that the Feast of Sacrifice was 9 days, Minister Ahmet Arslan warned those who will use the highways during the holiday. Minister Arslan, who calls for compliance with traffic rules and emphasizes that many people will travel on highways during the holidays, said, “Our people will travel a lot especially during the 9-day holiday. When we divide the roads so much and make it easy to access, our people are rightly on the roads in the 9-day period. Our pretense of people to obey the traffic rules. Because the traffic rules are not rules that have been grieved. ”
Emphasizing that wanting to go on holiday quickly caused an accident, Minister Arslan noted that people should not go tired to reduce the accidents on this holiday roads. Expressing that going fast will save people only a few hours, Minister Arslan said, “We do not want to have a holiday in which a few people die in traffic accidents a day. That is why our people will be able to make their holidays, of course, make the uterus important of course, but please follow the rules while doing all this. ”
Stating that Afyonkarahisar is at the crossroads, Minister Arslan explained that the work that will relieve the traffic started at the İzmir Nokta (Özdilek) Junction, which connects İzmir, Antalya, Denizli and Uşak with both Istanbul and Kütahya, and Ankara and Konya highways. Reminding that the construction of the Ankara-İzmir High Speed ​​Train Line, which will pass through Afyonkarahisar, continues, Arslan noted that the Afyonkarahisar-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Line was completed by 25 percent. Stating that the connection on the Istanbul-Antalya Line, which will be the continuation of the Istanbul-Eskişehir High Speed ​​Train Line, will be provided from Afyonkarahisar, Minister Arslan emphasized that Afyonkarahisar will be an important connection point for both Izmir-Ankara and Istanbul-Antalya high-speed train lines.
Minister Arslan later examined the activities carried out in Izmir Nokta Junction with Governor Yıldırım. Minister Arslan, who also supervised the ongoing works at Köroğlu Beli, where Ankara-Afyonkarahisar High Speed ​​Train Line reached, received information from the authorities about both works.



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