Turkish, Azerbaijani leaders launch airport in Turkiye's Black Sea area

(MENAFN) The Turkish and Azerbaijani leaders joined the opening ceremony of the Rize-Artvin Airport in northern Turkiye, which is one of the five airports in the world constructed on the marine.

In accord with Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his opening address at the airport in Turkiye's Black Sea shore "This project, which I see as a symbol of the progress Turkiye has made over the past 20 years in development, and particularly in air transport, is also a sign that neither mountains nor seas can stand in the way of our determination to serve."

He further stressed that two of the world's five airports constructed on the marine are today in Turkiye.

Moreover, he underlined "Rize-Artvin Airport, which we have built in the challenging geography of the eastern Black Sea region, will also ease transportation for our neighbor Georgia," while Azerbaijan's Ilham Aliyev said: "Today, Turkiye is a world-class powerhouse."

He went on "It has been able to carry out large projects in the country, including airports, dams, roads, schools, and hospitals. All this indicates the strength of Turkiye."



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