Ödemiş ornamental plants and nursery exhibition opened

The mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, Tunç Soyer, attended the opening of the Ödemiş Ornamental Plants and Nursery Exhibition. President Soyer said, "There is a need for an agricultural planning institution. As the Metropolitan, we protect our producers. There is a solution to all the problems experienced in these fertile lands," he said.

In his opening speech, the President referred to the Second Century Economics Congress to be organized by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality. Tunç Soyer gave information about the economic vision that the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his companions brought to life 100 years ago after the War of Independence. Stating that the farmers, workers, traders, and industrialists came together in İzmir to determine the economic policies of the new state, Metropolitan Mayor Soyer reminded that in the following years, they became dependent on imports due to wrong agricultural policies.

Underlining that they are fighting both the climate crisis and poverty by saying, "Another Agriculture is Possible," President Soyer noted that there is a need for an agricultural planning organization and policy in the country. President Soyer reminded that they protect the small producer, bring the producer together under the roof of cooperatives and unions, assuring the production, and giving the producer a purchase and sale guarantee.

Ornamental plants of Ödemiş will also take place in Flowera. President Soyer said that they will hold the Flowera İzmir Ornamental Plants, Landscape and Cut Flower Fair, which they will organize in 2023, on the same date as the Ödemiş Ornamental Plants Exhibition. Soyer said, "We want Ödemiş's ornamental plants to meet more guests from all over the world. The right to host the world's Botanical EXPO in 2026 as İzmir kazansteep. We are already making intensive preparations," he said.

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