Visit of Consul General of Kosovo to the Metropolitan Municipality
Suzan Novobërdaliu, Consul General of the Republic of Kosovo in Istanbul, visited Ali Değirmenci, Deputy Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality.
Coming to Denizli for a series of visits and programs, the Consul General of the Republic of Kosovo, Suzan Novobërdaliu, visited Denizli Metropolitan Municipality. Deputy Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Ali Değirmenci and Consul General of the Republic of Kosovo in Istanbul Suzan Novobërdaliu attended the visit. Consul General Suzan Novobërdaliu gave information about the Republic of Kosovo and pointed out that there are historically strong ties between the two states. Novobërdaliu stated that they would like to cooperate in many areas, especially in industry, trade and tourism, in the coming period, and thanked Ali Değirmenci, Deputy Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality, for accepting their visit. Expressing his happiness with the visit, the Deputy Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Ali Değirmenci said, ''We have a historical relationship with the Republic of Kosovo for hundreds of years. Nowadays, we try to maintain this historical union friendship and brotherhood. May this unity and brotherhood continue by getting stronger. ''
May our brotherhood continue by getting stronger
Providing information about Denizli, Değirmenci said, ''Denizli is an export-loving city, one of the leading cities of our country with its industry, trade, tourism and agriculture. We are a city that exports 4 billion dollars annually. We are the fifth city in Turkey with the highest number of tourists. We are very rich in terms of tourism diversity, and we have 19 ancient cities, especially Pamukkale and Laodikya. We have diversity in the plateau, ski and thermal tourism. In terms of agriculture, we are one of the cities that grow the most fruits in Turkey. I am sure that these visits will lead to cooperation, investments and the consolidation of our brotherhood and friendship. May our brotherhood continue by getting stronger. ''