We Support Samsun Sarp Railway Project

we support samsun steep project to the end
we support samsun steep project to the end

Ahmet Ekmekçi, President of Terme Chamber of Commerce and Industry, stated that Samsun Sarp Railway Project is very important and said, adına We support this project to the end of the development of the region son

Stating that it is of great importance for the economic development of the Black Sea, Terme Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Ahmet Ekmekçi said, “We support the project until the end that will add value to our region in many areas from tourism to public transportation”.

TRANSPORTATION ISSUE

Emphasizing that the project will carry the economic value of the region to higher levels, Ekmekçi said, “Public transport is one of the most important investment moves especially for developed countries. Thanks to this project, we will also start an infrastructure move that includes all cities in the region from Samsun to Sarp border crossing. In this way, we will have achieved a major transportation investment that will last for centuries ”.

GREAT VALUE TO THE REGION

If the line is integrated with the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway line, Samsun will gain great value in terms of tourism and logistics. It was stated that the works between Samsun and Fatsa will start in the first stage. This is an improvement that increases our excitement even more ”.

MIGRATION REVERSE

Ekmekçi stressed that because of the economic difficulties the Black Sea has been experiencing for many years, it gives continuous migration and said, sayesinde With this project, this migration wave will be greatly reduced. In addition, with this project in which our region will gain value, we will be able to reverse migration. ” (Samsun Newspaper)

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