News
Newsfeed
News
Friday
July 01
USD
407.21
EUR
423.54
RUB
7.75
Show news feed

The public transport system in Turkey’s capital city Ankara and largest city Istanbul will continue to serve commuters without charge until July 25.

After the military coup attempt in the country, the mayors of Istanbul and Ankara put off the right of free use of public transport, according to Cumhuriyet daily of Turkey.

It is noted that the subway, and the ferries, which transport commuters between the two parts of Istanbul, also will be free of charge.

A group of military servicemen attempted a coup in Turkey, from late night on July 15 to early morning on July 16, but it failed. 

More than 260 people died during the ensuing clashes.

!
This text available in   Հայերեն
Print
Read more:
All
Photos