IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlumet with the members of the Scientific Committee, which they formed in-house during the Kovid-19 pandemic process. Saying, "On behalf of 16 million Istanbulites, I thank you very much," said İmamoğlu. I hope this method of our work will be an example.”
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) President Ekrem İmamoğlumet with the members of the Scientific Committee, which they formed in-house during the Kovid-19 pandemic, at the dinner held in Kemerburgaz City Forest. Accompanied by IMM Deputy Secretary General Şengül Altan Arslan and Head of Health Department Önder Yüksel Eryiğit, İmamoğlu honored the members of the board with a plaque. Emphasizing that they have been careful to act in the light of science since the beginning of the pandemic, İmamoğlu said, “Otherwise, we could have been a prisoner of political thoughts, sometimes waves of anxiety from the society, or instant demands. In this sense, in order to carry out the process in a mature way, we decided to establish such a scientific committee immediately. Here, I think, a valuable committee has formed, especially with the professional chambers, and with which we are in contact to contribute in some areas, and with its components within the institution. And to this board; A continual contribution was made wholeheartedly and sincerely as a citizen of Istanbul and as a scientist.”
“WE KNEW THAT THIS TABLE WOULD NEVER DUE US”
Emphasizing that they inform the public with the reports from the board, İmamoğlu said, “And we took decisions in that direction. We knew that this table would never mislead us and would show us the right way. That's what happened. Reputation in the eyes of the citizens kazanmoment, we have created an environment in which they trust, we have created it. In fact, this is a form of will that society must demonstrate. Unfortunately, it's a form of will that we're currently seeking. It is obvious that no manager, no manager can have a chance to know every issue, nor is it possible. Emphasizing that the existence of different boards and platforms will be a meaningful guide to the city, not only in the field of health, but also in every aspect a city needs, İmamoğlu said, "If the political will coordinates these findings well and ensures that they reach citizens in a good way, I think there will be the most beautiful city in the world. system exists and everyone is happy with it. We strive to do this. I would like you to know that although some daily, tiring agendas sometimes prevent us from doing this, we are focused on our own work as much as possible and we carry out our tenure with the valuable opportunities that such desks offer us. Of course, we want the continuation of this contribution that you have made to us as volunteers, who brought us together during the pandemic," he said.
“On BEHALF OF 16 MILLION İSTANBULERS, I THANK YOU”
Saying, "Both the virus threat will never end, we will need you for an absolute solution for other issues of the cities," said İmamoğlu.
“This delegation may add additional disciplines in some respects due to their discipline. It can also make other needed areas a part of this table. I definitely and definitely think that the rulers after us will never give up on this tradition, from this point of view. As an important step in this process, I will definitely put this in both my memory and my documents regarding my term of office. I will always remember and will never forget that you guided us through these difficult times. The existence of such a democratic table, its science-based existence, has made us happy both because of the contribution you have made to us with your professional side, your disciplines, and your experience, and because you have brought to us the contributions you have received from them, with the experience of professional chambers - and I know there is a completely different human resource there. On behalf of 16 million Istanbulites, I thank you very much. Perhaps, in many steps taken, if he had not left science as much as we do, the necessary administrators and officials, I think, would have had less damage and losses. I hope this method of our work will be exemplary.”