📩 30/06/2022 15:29
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş paid a visit to the transportation tradesmen, who had a hard time due to the fuel price hikes. First, Yavaş visited the Minibuses Chamber of Craftsmen and the Private Public Busmen's Chamber, and exchanged views with the transportation tradesmen about the measures that can be taken against fuel price hikes. ABB President Mansur Yavaş said, “Our concern is to transport the citizens cheaply, so that the tradesmen will survive”.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş continues to listen to the problems, demands and solution proposals at first hand by meeting with the artisans of the Capital.
Yavaş visited the public transportation tradesmen, who had a hard time due to the overlapping fuel price hikes, and exchanged views on the measures to be taken to prevent disruption of transportation.
ABB President Mansur Yavaş, who met with Ankara Private Public Busmen Chamber of Craftsmen Ercan Soydaş and the chamber management after meeting with Ankara Minibuses Chamber of Craftsmen Murat Yılmazer and the chamber management, listened to the tradesmen firsthand about the solution proposals.
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Stating that they wanted to support the transportation tradesmen during their visit to the Ankara Minibuses Chamber of Craftsmen, Yavaş said, “We talked about how we can help or be able to help the tradesmen who are having difficulties due to the fuel prices in the coming days, and we had a feast," said Yavaş.
Chamber President Murat Yılmazer also expressed their satisfaction with the visit: “We would like to thank our President Mansur for his visit, we were honored and proud. We would like to express our endless thanks to the Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, who always stands by the minibus community, does not spare his support, and is his friend in bad days.”
President Yavaş's next stop was Ankara Private Public Busmen Chamber of Craftsmen. After meeting with the President of the Chamber, Ercan Soydaş and his management, and listening to their problems and demands, Yavaş made the following assessments:
“The problems of the transportation sector are well-known… I came to see them to see if we can take a precaution against fuel prices. Hopefully, we will continue to talk to the tradesmen. Our problem is to carry the citizens cheaply, so that the tradesmen will survive.”
Thanking ABB President Mansur Yavaş for his support for transportation tradesmen, Chamber President Ercan Soydaş said, “We have been able to keep our tradesmen alive with the support our President has given since the beginning of the pandemic. Therefore, I would like to thank you once again for thinking of us and our tradesmen on the issue of fuel.”