Transport and Infrastructure Minister Mehmet Cahit Turhan's article entitled “The Silhouette of Istanbul is Reshaping” was published in the July issue of Raillife magazine.
The Author of the Minister
It is not easy to seal the time, space, and therefore history. Hitting the seal is not the duty of every nation. However, our nation has always hit the seal of this geography where we live and came to these days by writing history. Today, we are putting our seal to life by implementing the world's largest projects.
With the vision and leadership of our President, 17 has done many historical works for the future generations to be proud of on the way to hizmet serve our nation, work for our country eser. We have brought the greatest works of the world to Istanbul with the giant projects such as Marmaray Project, Eurasia Tunnel, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Istanbul Airport, Istanbul-Ankara High Speed Train, North Marmara and Istanbul-Izmir Motorway which could not even be imagined. The Küçük Çamlıca Tower is a very important project that we have added to the skyline of Istanbul. Our goal is to start testing at the Çamlıca Tower at the end of this year and to clean up a significant portion of the antennas that cause image pollution on Çamlıca Hill in 2020. With this project, the skyline of Istanbul will be reshaped and beyond that this region will become the lungs of Istanbul.
Hamdolsun nation is aware that we have implemented these projects for our country. It even stands upright to the organizations that are tying up to this nation and trying to restrict their rights and freedoms. Three years ago, 15 showed it to the world on July night. That night, our people stood against the barrels pointed by traitors, stood against the attempt to blow shoulder to shoulder, leaving aside all their differences and belonging. 15 July As long as there are heroes like our martyrs, this nation and the state will remain forever.
On this occasion, 15 July, who gave life to this land at the expense of their lives, commemorates our martyrs with mercy and gratitude.