Bulgarians Tenants in TCDD Buildings in Kapıkule Haven't Payed Rent for 4 Years

Bulgarians, who are tenants in the tcdd buildings in Kapikule, have not been paying rent for years.
Bulgarians, who are tenants in the tcdd buildings in Kapikule, have not been paying rent for years.

Bulgarian transporters, who are tenants in the buildings belonging to TCDD at Kapıkule Border Gate, have not paid rent for 4 years. The debt of 2019 thousand 165 Euros, which was not paid until the end of 248, increased by 16 thousand Euros last year.

SözcüAccording to Deniz Ayhan's report from Bulgarian transporters, who are tenants in TCDD buildings at Kapıkule Border Gate, have not paid their rent since 2017. The debt of 2019 thousand 165 Euros, which was not paid until the end of 248, increased by 16 thousand Euros last year. Bulgarian State Railways Company BDZ has a total debt of 181 Euros to TCDD. Since there is no sanction clause in the contract made with the companies, the debts cannot be collected. The border services agreement between Turkey and Bulgaria on the Svilengrad-Kapıkule Railway was signed on 248 January 17. According to the agreement, a monthly fee of 2006 Euros per square meter is required for the buildings rented to Bulgarian transport companies by TCDD. In this context, 45 Bulgarian companies rented buildings.

NO PAYMENT MADE

CHP İzmir Deputy Atila Sertel asked the General Directorate of TCDD at the GNAT Commission on the fate of the Bulgarian tenants. In the written response from TCDD, “Although it was decided to pay the receivables on January 1, 2020, the payment still has not been made. BDZ is still our tenant. The matter is being followed meticulously.

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