The trams donated by the cone entered service in Sarajevo

The trams donated by the constitution were put into service in Sarajevo: The 20 tram, which was donated by the Metropolitan Municipality of Konya to Bosnia and Herzegovina, was put into service in Sarajevo.

With the introduction of all of the trams donated by Konya Metropolitan Municipality, public transportation in Sarajevo became better quality.

After the operation of the trams taken from the Czech Republic by the Konya Metropolitan Municipality, the 20 of the old trams, which were completely retired, was donated to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The first of the donated trams started trial flights in Sarajevo this year, and after the test drive was completed, other trams were sent to Sarajevo with trucks. 20 All of the tram goes into service in Sarajevo.

With the introduction of new trams in Konya, the 60 20 of the old Trolley 2014 was decided to be donated to Sarajevo in September in accordance with the protocol with the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The trams, which were heavily damaged by the war in Sarajevo, started to retire when the new trams from Konya came into service.

The German-built trams, which Konya Metropolitan Municipality donated to the sister city of Sarajevo, greatly reduced the burden of public transport. trams are donated to sarajevo and there are whirling dervish figures. Thus, the presentation of Konya in Sarajevo has been made. The people of Sarajevo are very pleased with the trams sent from the sister city of Konya.

Avdo Vatric, the director of public transport in Sarajevo, said that the 20 tram, which was donated by Konya, will be used in place of the 20 old tram in Sarajevo. Avdo Vatric said that the existing trams are worn and damaged in the battle, and that the trams donated by the sister city of Konya are very happy. Avdo Vatric said that the 20 tram from Konya was very light on the transportation burden of Sarajevo and that the Sarajevo people were very satisfied with the tramways.

Kerim Mostarlic, a Sarajevo citizen, was traveling by old and narrow trams, noting that they traveled with wider trams, and said they would not forget the gesture of Konyalı managers in Sarajevo.


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