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20 July 1940 The first train from Baghdad to Haydarpasa.
20 July 1994 TCDD and IETT employees supported the protest action by protesting the price hike under the leadership of the platform of Türk-İş, Disk, Hak-İş and public employees and democratic mass organizations.
20 July 2017 The first voyage in the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway Line took place with the participation of the ministers of the country 4
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