Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy stated that they aimed to make the district a model tourism brand with the Çeşme Project.
Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy attended the "Çeşme Project Evaluation Meeting" within the scope of the Aegean Tourism Plan, organized in Çeşme district.
Making a statement at the meeting organized with the coordination of the Ministry, Minister Ersoy stated that they have established a commission for the Çeşme Project.
Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy stated that the commission included the Izmir Governorship, Metropolitan Municipality, Cesme Municipality, Izmir Chamber of Commerce, tourism-related non-governmental organizations, Izmir Institute of Technology and Izmir University of Economics.
Emphasizing that the Ministry coordinated the commission, Minister Ersoy said:
“From now on, we will continue these meetings regularly in Cesme, under the coordination of the Ministry, in order to create a plan where broad-based admissions will be created. What is important is the fountain tissue, corresponding to the structure and to bring the tourism of the future Cesme, just worldwide not for Turkey, world example of a tourism brand will be shown, Fountain ensure that there is the Project's Aegean region. "
Mentioning that they held the first broadly attended meeting today, Minister Ersoy emphasized that they will continue the meetings and carry out sample plans, and then move on to tender and structuring in the project.
Expressing that they have created a technical team for the project, Minister Ersoy stated that there are many details that need technical work.
Minister Ersoy stated that they intend to raise the commission every two weeks and said, “Let's clarify this project. Let's see the difficulties and benefits we experience here on the road map, and then we move forward faster in the Didim stage. ” used expressions.
Izmir Governor Erol Ayyıldız, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer, AK Party Izmir MP Necip Nasır, Cesme Mayor Ekrem Oran, Izmir Chamber of Commerce President Mahmut Ozgener and representatives from non-governmental organizations attended the meeting.