The Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who came to Van to participate in various programs and make examinations, was the sign of Turkish-Japanese friendship built in Edremit district. In his speech at the opening of Miyazaki Grove Park, he said that he came to the city to examine and discuss the investments of the ministry.
Stating that he was happy to be at the opening of the park, Karaismailoğlu said:
“I thank Edremit Municipality for providing such a beneficial service to the people of Van. The presence of our great ambassador at the opening made us even more happy. Dr. Miyazaki passed away while rushing to the aid of our brother from Van. That's why we remember him with respect. Hopefully this will not forget our brotherhood between Turkey and Japan. This is why our country is in an earthquake zone, so we must always be prepared for earthquakes. I wish that earthquake disasters like 17 August will not happen again. We hope that Turkish and Japanese friendship will continue forever and our park will be auspicious to all people of Van. "
Ankara Ambassador, Miyajima Akio, died in the earthquake, Dr. He expressed his satisfaction that Miyazaki Koru was named to the park.
Thanking the Turkish and Japanese officials, Akio noted that the park will be instrumental in strengthening the friendship between the two countries.
Minister Karaismailoğlu and his entourage, who toured the park after the ribbon cutting, later moved to the Van Governorship.
Karaismailoğlu received information from the Governor and Deputy Mayor, Mehmet Emin Bilmez, about the activities in the city after signing the Governor's Office of Honor.
AK Party Van deputies İrfan Kartal, Abdulahat Arvas, Edremit Mayor İsmail Say, Gürpınar Mayor Hayrullah Tanis, President's Chief Advisor Gülşen Orhan and corporate chiefs attended the opening of the park.