Latest news from Turkiye: "Transportation and Economic Initiatives Flourish Across Turkey: Metro Lines, Infrastructure Projects, and Price Reductions Signal Progress"

Latest news from Turkiye: "Transportation and Economic Initiatives Flourish Across Turkey: Metro Lines, Infrastructure Projects, and Price Reductions Signal Progress"


Transportation Projects Update: Uraloğlu, after a cabinet meeting, provided updates on transportation projects, stating that the Bakırköy-Bahçelievler-Kirazlı Metro Line in Istanbul and a 14-kilometer metro line from Arnavutköy to Istanbul Airport are likely to open this month. Additionally, a bridge and tunnel in Ankara near the Nallıhan Bird Sanctuary are set to open this month. Talks regarding the Development Road Project with Iraq are progressing, with details expected to be finalized during the upcoming visit of the President.

Price Reductions in Red Meat for Ramadan: Collaboration between PERDER and Ministry of AgricultureRecai Kesimal, Deputy Chairman of the Ankara Association of Food and Necessities Retailers (PERDER), highlighted speculative increases in red meat prices ahead of Ramadan. However, an agreement with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry has led to significant reductions in prices, with cuts such as minced meat and diced meat being sold at lower prices during Ramadan to benefit consumers.

Agricultural Developments in Konya: Minister Yumaklı, speaking at a press conference, emphasized Konya's significance in meeting Turkey's agricultural needs. He noted substantial investments in agriculture, forestry, and water resources in Konya over the past 21 years. The Minister also discussed reforms in agriculture, including bringing unused agricultural land into production, resolving inheritance-related issues, and implementing contract farming, aiming to enhance agricultural productivity. CE Report quoting Anadolu Agency


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