Turkey, Oct. 22, 2020. (Photograph by Murat Şengül)
Turkey, in the same way as other different nations, will reevaluate its future and the urbanism approach after the Covid pandemic, Environment and Urbanization Minister Murat Kurum said Thursday.
Kurum’s comments went ahead the sidelines of an occasion denoting the 35th commemoration of Sabah, the sister paper of Daily Sabah and the leader distribution of the Turkuvaz Media Group.
Demonstrating that the world and Turkey’s populaces are urbanizing quickly, the clergyman said the populace living in urban communities is extended to increment 2.5 occasions in the following 30 to 40 years.
“To set up our nation for the new cycle, we plan the following 50 years or 100 years for the entirety of our urban areas with the task, ‘Solid Cities of Strong Turkey,'” Kurum said.
He focused on they had extremely substantial and sound purposes behind this drawn out arranging.
“I think that its helpful to clarify this issue through COVID-19 and a dangerous atmospheric devation. I feel that, similar to any remaining nations, we will rethink our future after COVID-19. We will reevaluate everything, perhaps modify a great deal of things,” the clergyman said.
Kurum proposed that the flare-up has been spreading the most in urban communities, focusing on that this reality brought along inquiries on what might change regarding urbanism and what might remain the equivalent.
“Today, the world’s most regarded establishments and worldwide entertainers of the structure area are searching for answers to this inquiry and rethinking their way to deal with urbanism. Because of pestilences and atmosphere emergency, extremist changes keep on happening in our metropolitan life,” Kurum noted.
Accentuating that now conversations have started on the best way to adjust homes, organizations and urban areas to the new typical, Kurum referenced a portion of the contentions viable comparable to urbanism.