Tree trunks and branches piled up at the foot of the Kebbi Bridge on the Meriç River between Turkey and Greece have been cleared by the joint work of the two countries’ teams.
Within the scope of the joint protocol signed by Ipsala Prefecture and a delegation from Greece for clean-up work, the Disaster and Emergency Management Team, DSI team and Greek teams removed logs and tree branches that had accumulated in the bridge abutments with construction equipment.
The teams worked on the bridge docks close to their borders.
Every year, nearly two million people pass through the Kebbi Bridge, which connects the two countries at the Ipsala and Kebbi border gates.
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