Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, made a statement to journalists in Giresun today. Minister Karaismailoğlu said that the Ankara-Niğde Highway, which was offered to the service of the citizens, gained the appreciation of the citizens, and stated that as of the first day, 10 thousand vehicles passed through the highway.
Stating that the state, ministries and relevant institutions have been working devotedly to erase the traces of the disaster in Giresun from the first day, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “We started to manufacture the bridges that were destroyed due to the disaster. Projects related to damaged roads are being carried out. Our friends are in an intense work to ensure that future projects are not affected by such disasters. ''
Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, examined the works in Giresun Dereli district today. Minister Karaismailoğlu, stating that large projects across the country are being carried out without any disruption, used the following statements in a statement to journalists:
'' Major projects continue to work across the country. One of the most important of these, we put the Ankara-Niğde Highway into service. It was one of the biggest projects of our country. It became an addition to the most important projects of our road transport history. We have completed a 330-kilometer highway axle, a total of 230 kilometers of road network from Edirne to Şanlıurfa. This is one of the most important projects brought to our country. Ankara-Niğde Motorway receives great appreciation from the citizens. Although it was the first day as of yesterday, there were nearly 10 thousand vehicle passes. I hope this will continue increasingly. "
We overcome all the troubles with the motivation of being with our citizens.
Underlining that the state, ministries, non-governmental organizations and related institutions worked with great devotion after the disaster in Giresun, Karaismailoğlu noted that the troubles experienced due to the disaster were largely eliminated. Stating that normal life has started in Dereli and Giresun, Minister Karaismailoğlu said that they need more time to completely erase the effects of the disaster.
Minister Karaismailoğlu pointed out that the construction of the bridges that were destroyed due to the disaster on the one hand, and the projects related to the damaged roads on the other hand, said, '' Our friends are in an intense work in order to prevent the projects to be made from the disaster at all. Hopefully, we will complete them as soon as possible and put them at the service of our citizens. We have been here since August 22nd. Giresun was our agenda and we were always together with our citizens. With their support, morale and motivation, we are overcoming all problems, ”he said.
Eğribel Tunnel will be completed in 1 year
Giresun in one of the major projects carried out in Eğribel Minister Karaismailoğlu indicating that the tunnel be completed in late 2021 for planned projects, "it will be one of Turkey's longest tunnel. When it is finished, it will add value to the region and increase its economy, employment and trade significantly ”.
A team of 500 people is working for our losses
Stating that they are doing everything in their power to prevent such a disaster in Giresun again, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “The saddest thing here is our losses due to the disaster. We reached most of our casualties, but examined the studies on missing disappearances on site. 500 people work devotedly to find the missing. I hope we will find them as soon as possible, ”he said.
Minister Karaismailoğlu followed the search and rescue activities from the place. Karaismailoğlu, who received information about the search and rescue activities in Çaldağ area, chatted with the citizens in İnişdibi plateau, one of the regions affected by the flood. Minister Karaismailoğlu, who carefully listened to the demands of the citizens and took notes, came together with the citizens in the Yavuzkemal District on the Dereli route. Karaismailoğlu also visited Üçkayalar Fishermen's Shelter and received information.