Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, said that after the earthquake in İzmir, there was no interruption in transportation and communication.
After the earthquake in Izmir, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu visited the citizens whose workplaces were damaged, attended the funerals of the citizens who lost their lives in the earthquake and gave condolences to their relatives.
Making important statements, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “All our transportation axes run smoothly and without interruption. Communication is also provided uninterruptedly, thanks to 27 mobile base stations shipped to the region.
On the other hand, it was shared that Izban, which offers free service until 24.00:XNUMX, continues uninterruptedly.
ALL UNITS AFFILIATED TO THE MINISTRY ARE ON THE FIELD
Minister Karaismailoğlu said that they went to the region immediately after the earthquake and that all units under his ministry were helping those who were damaged in the earthquake and said, “We have positioned 27 'mobile base stations' in order to ensure regular communication with our citizens under the wreckage and to strengthen the communication facilities of our local people with all search and rescue teams. We do not have a problem with transportation services. All our roads are open and the traffic flow is normal. Our airport operates open and normal. We keep the sleeping cars of our railways ready to meet the housing needs of our citizens whose homes are damaged or cannot enter their homes due to the earthquake. After the earthquake, we rescued 150 boats that broke off from their ties, which were damaged by the sea rise. "We will finish the debris studies as soon as possible and start the damage assessment studies."
Attended funerals and found freshness
Izmir Bayraklı Minister Karaismailoğlu, who examined the buildings damaged by the earthquake in the district, also attended the meeting held at İzmir AFAD Coordination Center. After the meeting, Minister Karaismailoğlu, İzmir Bayraklı He attended the funeral prayers of Rabia Uzun, Fahrettin Hayati Uzun and Abdulkadir Uzun, who lost their lives due to the rubble in the district of the district and attended the funeral prayers.
Finally, Minister Karaismailoğlu, who also made examinations at Seferihisar Sığacık Port, visited citizens whose workplaces were damaged. Minister Karaismailoğlu said that as the state, all citizens affected by the earthquake in Izmir are with and near them and that they will quickly heal the wounds.