The famous white sands of Lake Salda in Burdur, which was removed by the company responsible for the construction of a public garden, is back to its own beach after 3 weeks of work.
The contractor company used heavy machinery on the beach, damaging the sand in Lake Salda, which has been reputed as 'Turkey's Maldives.'
Turkey on May 5 repatriated one of its nationals who is suffering from the coronavirus but was unable to get treatment in Sudan.
Mehmet Hanefi Aydın, 55, was sent home from a hospital in Sudan although he tested positive for the virus.
Aydın returned from Khartoum via an ambulance plane after his children pleaded for help on social media.
Construction works on the beach of a famous lake, which has been reputed as "Turkey's Maldives" its white sand and clear water, have sparked public fury, prompting actin from the government.
The comapnyi, which undertook the construction of a public garden in Salda Lake in the southern province of Burdur's Yeşilova district, used its heavy machinery on the beach, damaging the sand.
Over 14,000 people visited Romanian Tourism Fair, the autumn edition, between 14 and 17 November, where a number of 236 companies from 17 countries presented their offer, the organisers have announced on Wednesday.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu attended the 46th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OCI) from Abu Dhabi , where he had a series of bilateral meetings with representatives of the member countries of this body.