Sivas Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STSO) Chairman of the Board Mustafa Eken and board members visited TCDD 4th Regional Manager Ali Karabey and got information about the High Speed Train (YHT) station works.
Organized by STSO, 'Fast Journey to the Future; President Mustafa Eken and the accompanying delegation, who presented the "High Speed Train Workshop' result reports booklet, toured the YHT station.
President Eken, who thanked Regional Manager Ali Karabey for the work carried out at the YHT station, said, “We visited TCDD 4th Regional Manager Ali Bey with our board members to see the work carried out on the High Speed Train line, stop and station building. Our manager accompanied us and gave us information about the works. Really bless your hands and hard work. Better late than never. Although there have been some delays in the expected dates, after seeing the following works today, we said that the high-speed train is coming. Our ministry said that the flights will start on September 4th. Of course, it is not possible for them to give a clear date at the moment, but we believe that it will come on September 4, based on previous statements and statements from the authorities. Work on the station is actually finished. We made an examination on the lines, the work was completed. We held a workshop on High Speed Train. The result booklet of our workshop has been published. We visited our Regional Manager and presented our booklet. We, as both tradesmen and traders, fully support and eagerly await the arrival of the high-speed train to Sivas. According to the results of the workshop we held with all our tradesmen and traders, they will work on their homework, if there are any, they will make up for the shortcomings and we will meet the high-speed train together.
President Eken, who thanked those who contributed to the arrival of YHT in Sivas, said, "I would like to thank our President, Minister of Transport, Deputies, General Manager of State Railways, Regional Director of State Railways and all employees for these efforts. Hopefully, on September 4, we will personally join the first expedition of the high-speed train to Ankara and from Ankara to Sivas again. Let our citizens rest in peace, we will continue our work quickly as a Sivas that receives immigration, not immigration from here. As the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, we are at the disposal of our regional directorate, our general directorate, and our tradesmen, merchants and fellow citizens until the end of whatever task we have.