Today in History: June 13 1928 Government of the Republic of Turkey

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Today in History
13 June 1893 Nafia Assembly has completed all the deficiencies of the Mersin-Adana-Tarsus line and made the final acceptance and decided to return the 6.000 pledge bail of the joint-stock company Bank-i Osmani. The contract was supposed to be on this acceptance 1887. The company did not fulfill some of its commitments.
13 June 1894 The Vertekop-Monastery section of the Thessaloniki-Monastery Line was opened.
13 June 1928 the Government of Turkey and the Ottoman Sensory-i Umumiyesi patron between PA-rise on the agreement reached Rumeli Railways bonds are evaluated separately from other liabilities and the value of the bonds remained as before. Bonds have no interest. Within the scope of this loan, the annual installment of all the debts of the Ottoman debts is 270 thousand TL. d. The sum of the payments to be made by 62,23 168.033 percent per account per account with Turkey Turkey's share is 6.302.756 pounds.
13 June 1985 The foundation of Iskenderun-Divrigi line signaling facilities was laid.

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