UOP Photography Exhibitions

Conducted by the Republic of Turkey and the European Union, the Transport Operational Program (UOP), Istanbul Haydarpasa and Sirkeci Station with Zonguldak, Karabük, which was introduced to the tens of thousands of people in the five photo exhibition held in Samsun. In the photo exhibitions where the citizens paid great attention, the films specially prepared for the big construction projects under the UOP were presented to the citizens on the giant screens. About 2 thousand 200 promotional materials were distributed to the people, events in the provinces found news in the media media 231.

The exhibition featured photographs of three large construction projects, totaling more than 700 million euros. On this occasion, the modernization of the Samsun-Kalın (Sivas) Railway Line, the rehabilitation and signaling of the Xnumx-kilometer Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak railway line and the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Köseköy-Gebze section of the Ankara-İstanbul High Speed ​​Train Line , people and technology-oriented artistic photos met the public.

The first exhibition was held at 7-9 July 2017, at the historical Haydarpaşa Station. TC Exhibition opening ceremony of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ministry of Foreign Relations and European Union Director General and Head of OS Erdem DIRECT, the European Union Delegation to Turkey Economic and Social Development Department Head, Deputy François BEGEOT, a large number of stakeholders with the European Union Investments President Nedim GREEN Apartment representatives of the institution, media members and citizens attended.

The second stop of UOP Photography Exhibitions was Sirkeci Station. 14-16 history exhibition opened in July, at the entrance of 60 thousand passengers a day use the Marmaray station met with Istanbul.

The exhibitions were held at the main stations of the projects carried out within the scope of the UOP and then met local people in Zonguldak, Karabük and Samsun respectively. In these cities, both media and citizens were informed about the projects.


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