TRNC Prime Minister Ünal Üstel and the Council of Ministers visited the TRNC’s domestic car, GÜNSEL, and got information about mass production activities and future plans. members of the council of ministers; before the meeting, the GÜNSEL B9s, which were converted into office vehicles, also took a test drive.
TRNC (IGFA) – Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Ünal Üstel and the Council of Ministers visited the TRNC’s domestic car, GÜNSEL, and got information about mass production activities and future plans.
Founding Rector of the Near East Incorporation Suat Günsel and the Near East Organization Board of Trustees and GÜNSEL Board of Directors Leader Prof. Dr. Welcomed by İrfan Suat Günsel to Prime Minister Ünal Üstel; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, Culture, Youth and Environment Fikri Ataoğlu, Minister of Public Works and Transport Erhan Arıklı, Minister of Economy and Power Olgun Amcaoğlu, Minister of Interior Ziya Öztürkler, Minister of National Education Nazım Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dursun Oğuz, Minister of Health Monitoring Gürçağ was accompanied by Minister of Labor and Social Security Hasan Taçoy.
After the test drive with GÜNSEL B9s converted into official vehicles, Near East Creation Board of Trustees and GÜNSEL Board of Directors Leader Prof. Dr. A detailed presentation was made to İrfan Suat Günsel, the Prime Minister and the ministers, explaining the studies carried out at GÜNSEL, preparations for mass production, future projections and the contribution of GÜNSEL to the country’s economy.
After the test drive and information meeting, Prime Minister Ünal Üstel, Founding Rector of the Near East Incorporation Dr. Suat Günsel and the Near East Organization Board of Trustees and GÜNSEL Executive Board Leader Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel made statements.
Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Ünal Üstel, who visited the GÜNSEL production facilities in the Near East University campus, accompanied by the ministers, took a test drive and received information about the mass production activities, stated that GÜNSEL is a very valuable project that shows where we have come from what we went through before 1974. “We’re going to bring a work we can be proud of to the world markets,” said Üstel, adding, “What a painful day we had before 1974. Today, we are crowning our freedom, which we gained with the support of our homeland Turkey, with a project like GÜNSEL. That’s why today is our day of pride.”