Swings in Ayder Plateau continue to be dismantled after President Erdogan said “We will clean up those freaky things”
While the swings in Ayder Plateau continue to be dismantled, AKP Rize deputy Muhammed Avcı, ‘A transformation process is starting in Ayder. A car park auction and a hotel will be started. Conversion will be subject to the building work of buildings will be started’ he said.
The swings in the Ayder Plateau continue to be dismantled after President Erdogan said during a trip to the region in recent weeks that “we are going to clean up those freaky things.”
“We are launching a transformation in Ayder. Car park auction and hotel will be done,” he said.
“We’ll lift all the swings”
All swings in the Ayder Plateau will be removed, he said:
He said: “We have seen inappropriate structures made in the area where Ayder’s historical photograph is, swing types that are not appropriate with their nature. We’ll lift all the swings. The Governor’s Office of Rize sent the notices. For those who don’t lift the swings, we’ll have the place as its original identity with law enforcement. We will expropriate the meadow pasture area where Ayder’s historical photograph appeared with the hand of the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning. We spoke with our TOKI President. Nationalization decisions are being taken very soon and will be communicated to our citizens”
“We are trying to protect an important value and brand of Rize. We’re launching a transformation in Ayder. A car park auction and a hotel will be started. Construction of the buildings to be transformed will begin. We will strive to make Ayder the most important tourist destination in the world. Ayder will be back to the image that our president has meticulously focused on and described with precision in almost every point of Turkey.”
He claimed they were not opposed to swings, saying: “swings can be planned in the right places, they have to be done. Without permission from the relevant levels of our state illegal migration should not be done in any region of Ayder. We will never allow that,” he said.