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Palandöken with 2466 bed capacity is Turkey's largest ski resort. The most attractive feature of the center is undoubtedly the second longest and steepest ski slope in the world. Another important advantage is that the Palandoken Winter Sports Center is only 7 km away from the city center and is very easy to reach. Thanks to the international organizations it hosts, the center is increasing its popularity day by day.
Uludag is undoubtedly Turkey's most popular ski resort. Considering the bed capacity and facilities, Uludağ is the second biggest winter sports center of our country. Uludağ ski resort is one of the most suitable centers for Alpine and Northern discipline and “Tour skiing” and “Helicopter skiing”. In addition, Uludag has become famous for its colorful nightlife and for those who want to have short getaways in winter.
Köroğlu can be described as the perfect meeting of white and green. The long winter season and snow quality can be considered as important advantages of the Köroğlu ski resort. Bolu is a good alternative for those who want to enjoy green and white.
The strengths of Erciyes Winter Sports Center include the ability to offer a wide range of ski runs for all levels of skiers, the availability of water reserves for artificial snow production and a 25-minute access to the airport.
One of the most important features of the center, which is located in Ilgaz National Park, is the possibility of skiing at night. Along with winter tourism, the center is waiting for its visitors with its natural beauties.
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Only 115 km from Istanbul, Kartepe's nature attracts attention with its runways, modern ropeway and chairlift systems. The center, which also includes artificial snow systems, can be a powerful alternative for those looking for a winter holiday close to Istanbul.
7. Snow, Sarıkamış
The crystal-clear nature of the crystal-covered snow makes it fascinating for those who come to Sarıkamış. The center is regarded as one of the most suitable regions in the world in terms of snow quality and ski slope. Another important advantage of Sarıkamış is that it has a long season for skiing between December and April.
8.Isparta, Davraz Mountain
There are ski tracks suitable for both amateur and professional skiers. On Davraz Mountain, northern and alpine skiing, tour skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, botanical observation, paragliding and trekking are possible.
9.Sivas, Yildiz Mountain
Star Mountain, one of Turkey's newest ski resorts, attracts attention with its growing potential. Completed the construction of facilities in 2015 Stars Mountain seems to attract attention.
10.Erzincan, Mount Ergan
Spending 180 days a year on the snow, Mount Ergan has a serious tourism potential thanks to its location just 12 km from the city center. With the completion of the facilities in the center is expected to become a major winter sports attraction center.
Data from the Ministry of Tourism showed on Monday that the number of foreign visitors to Turkey rose 11.41 percent year on year in November to 2.19 million.
The data revealed that in the first eleven months of the year, the number of foreign visitors increased 14.3 percent to 42.91 million.
The success of Turkish series around the world has exceeded its limits in the artistic field, and it has become a source of inspiration and innovation for the makers of digital games.
The famous characters in these series turned into a fat substance in the games of this industry, for export to various parts of the world, as is the case with the Turkish company "InGame Group" to develop games.
Speaking to Anatolia, Burak Guzalan, a senior official of "InGame Group", said that the Turkish series are providing important content to its followers around the world.
He explained that they are working to transfer this success of the Turkish series to the field of digital games.
He added: "We were aiming to bring a Turkish games brand to the international level, and to make it a means of communication for millions around the world. What we have achieved in a short time."
He pointed out that "Zula" is one of the digital games developed by the company "InGame Group" and won international fame after its launch in 2016.
He continued: "The Zola game is currently in circulation in Brazil, Europe, Iran, Russia and Latin America. There are 26 million people persevere in this game in Turkey and the world. We aim to raise this number to 100 million people during the next 3 years, thus making it the most attractive game for amateurs. In the region. "
"Guzalan" pointed out that their company includes many companies and other institutions specialized in the field of digital games, indicating that they continue their activities and activities at the global level.
With regard to the digital game "Zola", "Guzalan" said that their main strategy when launched was to follow the Turkish series approach in its successful journey around the world.
He stated that Turkish serials and films have become important content at the global level, and that they are working to shed this success on digital games, indicating that this step has received global acceptance, and even contributed to their superiority over their competitors.
And he added, "That is why today we see that the digital game Zola is very popular in South America, the Middle East and Europe."
He explained that they are cooperating in this regard with those in charge of the Turkish series "The Pit" - Çukur ", which has international fame, and launched the" Zola Al-Pitra "version, in a first step in Turkey in terms of adding the characters of a famous series to a digital game.
Thanks to the Turkish series, the game "Zola" is very popular and popular in the Middle East and North Africa region.
He pointed out that one of the priorities of their goals is to export the digital game to the countries of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain, indicating that their plan is based on mixing the game with the culture of the country that they export the product to.
"Guzalan" expressed his belief that the largest market after Turkey in which "Zola" has received wide fame, will be the Middle East and North Africa region, during the next stage.
With regard to their investments in the field of digital games and electronic sports, "Guzalan" said that they have invested 10 million TL this year, while they aim to raise the value of their investments to 13 million TL during the year 2020.
Zafar Soylu, head of the Turkish Halal Products Accreditation Authority, said that the authority has started receiving accreditation requests from institutions in several countries, including Germany and Russia, for approval, promotion and training.
This came in an interview made by Soylu, to Anatolia, during which he highlighted the point that the commission reached, noting that the authority's board of directors was established last April.
This body is the only authority competent to certify and approve Halal products and services in Turkey.
And Sweilo pointed out that they had previously completed the infrastructure for employee training, stressing that employees who will be certified should receive very good training and education.
He explained that the credibility of the accreditation body depends on accepting the certificates it granted abroad, noting that many entities such as the International Organization for Standardization and the Institute of Standards and Metrology of Islamic Countries (SMIIC) have developed standards related to accreditation bodies.
Soelo stressed the importance and necessity of the effectiveness and efficiency of workers in accreditation bodies, noting that they have provided the capabilities necessary for workers to receive the necessary training in this field.
He explained that the workers who received the necessary training received a certificate after a 7-month training period, and now they can take the necessary accreditation procedures.
** Requests from different countries
Soilo noted that among the accreditation body team are academics and professors at universities, as well as food engineers, chemists and experts in jurisprudence, adding, "We have completed our online program, as it is possible to apply for accreditation through the electronic space."
"And since our infrastructure is already ready, we have started collecting applications for accreditation in the field of halal. So far we have received applications from Germany, Azerbaijan, Russia and Thailand. This indicates the importance of the work we are doing."
Soilo noted that they have received more than 10 requests so far, adding, "There are institutions with a large size in their fields that applied for obtaining accreditation certificates from the Turkish Halal Accreditation Authority.
** Halal certificate to be reliable
In a related context, Sweilo explained that the accreditation that they grant will be sufficient to show the credibility of the various evaluation institutions, adding, "Therefore, the institutions and bodies that claim that their certificates give them reliable and truly benefit the meaning of halal, must be certified by us."
He continued, "This procedure is not compulsory, but if these institutions want their granted certificates to be reliable and valid, they must take credit from us."
Commenting on what is being raised from time to time that Halal certificates have recently been granted with ease without taking the necessary measures as required, Soylu said, "All these allegations are unfortunately true, as there are serious problems with regard to granting Halal certificates for products in the entire world, not Turkey alone, Sometimes all the required standards are not applied, and without the necessary inspection and supervision.
"And this is because the number of institutions that grant Halal certificates exceed one thousand around the world, but in Turkey it is close to 40 institutions. But are all these institutions granting certificates after taking all the required procedures, and according to the recognized international standards? Unfortunately no that happens".
Soilo also pointed out that because of this, consumers are now unable to trust the necessary form in the Halal certificates and their slogans, adding, "Therefore, the need necessitated the establishment of a strict monitoring system."
** Various standards reduce reliability
In a related context, Sweilo pointed out that there is currently no joint application in the entire world regarding halal standards, there are different standards and practices.
He added, "This matter will raise doubts among the consumer about the reliability of the Halal certificates that are granted from more than one party according to different standards. But we, as the Turkish Halal Accreditation Authority, are adopting standards, the Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries."
Soilo also stated that after the start of the granting of credits, the institutions that have been accredited will be announced through the International Information Network (Internet).
It is noteworthy that the size of the market for halal products in the world is about 4 trillion dollars, in which about 400 institutions operate around the world, granting "halal" certificates, without the presence of a body that monitors these institutions.
On November 28, the Halal Products Exhibition for the OIC Member Countries was opened at the Eurasia Arts and Exhibitions Center in Istanbul.
This was the fifth edition of the World Halal Summit and the seventh for the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and it carried the slogan "Halal for generations: the importance of family and youth".
The exhibition activities continued until December 1, with the participation of more than 250 local and foreign companies from fifty different countries, specialized in the fields of food, finance, tourism, cosmetics, health, packaging, chemistry and fashion.
Besides Malaysia, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Iran, Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Afghanistan and Indonesia participated in the exhibition, in addition to Turkey, which has become a pioneer in the field of global halal products.
** Halal products market in numbers
According to a report on the global halal market for the year 2018, the number of Muslims in the world reached 1.8 billion people in 2017, representing 24% of the world's population.
This number is expected to increase by 70% in the year 2060, i.e. the total will be three billion Muslims worldwide.
This significant growth in the number of Muslims is driving the global halal market to grow further, as it is expected to reach $ 9.71 trillion by 2025, after reaching about $ 3.7 trillion in 2012, according to the same report.
Many countries are competing to acquire the largest percentage of the halal products market, especially since the growth rates of this market are large and yearning
Future expectations enhance the idea of appetite for them.
However, Turkey is strongly seeking to differentiate from other countries in this sector. Far from the largest international exhibition of its kind, the country recently established what is called the "Halal Accreditation Authority" (HAK).
According to previous statements by the President of the World Summit on Halal Products Yunus Etti, Turkey is able to acquire $ 400 billion worth of the market for halal products.
In the banking sector, the country owns 5% of banks that comply with Islamic law, and it has $ 55 billion worth of Islamic financing market, in addition to the tourism sector, which is the most promising sector that is currently growing strongly in Turkey.
But Turkey is seeking to occupy an advanced position in the halal products sector, as the ten most exporting countries in the halal market - according to a recent statistic in 2017 - were: India, Brazil, Austria, the United States, Argentina, New Zealand, France, Thailand, the Philippines, and Singapore.
While the share of those countries in the halal products market reaches 85%, and the share of Muslim countries is 15%, led by Malaysia and Indonesia.
Algeria's 15 years of age and 65 years of age have the passport of the citizen of the President's decree on the provision of tourist visa exemption for their travels to Turkey was published in the Official Gazette.
According to the decision published under the signature Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's President Recep Algeria's 15 years of age and 65 years of age passport with citizens, a maximum of 90 days within each 180 days to be made to Turkey term resident travels for touristic purposes will be provided visa exemption.
The decision was made in accordance with Article 18 of the Law on Foreigners and International Protection No. 6458.
Erdogan, using the car, Osmangazi Bridge was learned to pass. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's initiative in 2017, the Initiative Group Automobile Industry and Trade Co. (TOGG) protocol was signed. Anadolu Group, BMC, Root Group, Turkcell, Turkey Chambers and Stock Exchanges Association in partnership with the 25 Zorlu Group Founded in June 2018 the company's activities, moved to the IT Valley in Gebze. TOGG aims to design and build electric and connected vehicles, reset emissions and create a sustainable future.
PRODUCTION IN 2022
Prototype prepared C segment car, will be introduced on Friday in the Valley of Informatics. Electric ones, intellectual and industrial property rights belonging to Turkey's completely vehicles Cars Initiative Group, will be in real size and vehicle running. The vehicle is intended to be manufactured in 2022 and the number of models to be multiplied. Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank, posing in front of the local car in the tarpaulin in the IT Valley, President Erdogan's vehicle after the introduction, using the Osmangazi Bridge is expected to pass.
FIRST HEADLIGHTS SEEN IN LOCAL CAR
The car's name and turkey 'TOGG2022' a Twitter account with the user name opened. A picture of the domestic otonun lights burned from the account was shared. Discarded Tweetter was transferred the following information: "The countdown has begun to meet with Turkey's automobile ... Every day, continue to follow us to discover new details in 14:30."
DOMESTIC AUTO CALL FROM TAKSICI
Among the first suits of the domestic car were the taxi drivers in Istanbul. Istanbul Taxi Chamber of Craftsmen (ITO) President Eyup Aksu, approximately 17 thousand 395 taxi license plate in Istanbul, 50 thousand drivers and 250 thousand people representing the family of artisans underlined that they represent. Aksu said, olarak As the sector, we are very excited. It was a long-awaited project. We would like to explain in advance that we will support the domestic automobile which will constitute a turning point on behalf of our country. We do not need to see domestic cars, we already demanded 17 thousand vehicles, kul he said.