Guided by one of the fundamental principles for the creation and commercialization of Yunitski’s SkyWay Transport, in particular his strife to full transparency and openness, our news service has recently reported on the criticism that our project was subject to in the Italian region of Lombardy. We’d like to note with great satisfaction that our answer was heard by SkyWay critics, so deviating from reality in describing their ideas about string technologies, that even they felt uncomfortable in the current situation and already reviewed “post factum” our presentation materials that are publicly available. As a result, they had to change the tone noticeably.
Least of all, we, the creators of SkyWay string technology, would like to become a bargaining chip in someone else’s political struggle, because we understand that everyone needs a solution to the accumulated problems of the metropolis: the left, the right, and the centrists, as well as ordinary people who are not interested in politics at all, which does not deprive them of the right to a decent life, in particular, to high-quality transport services that meet the modern challenges. For this reason, we avoid mentioning the specific names of political figures and opposing parties, focusing on the heart of the matter. Here is a new comment from the main SkyWay’s opponent, which appeared recently in the Italian press and testifies to a deeper immersion in the subject than it was at the meeting of the Transport Commission on March 7:
“Io però al momento non posso dire che si tratti di una truffa: la tecnologia proposta potrebbe anche esistere. Certo un conto è applicarla in un parco tematico e un altro in una città.“
(“However, at the moment I cannot say that this is a crook business: the proposed technology may exist. But it is one thing to apply it in a theme park, and another thing is to do it in the city.”)
We officially invite all those interested and involved in this matter to Belarus - in other words, a delegation from the Lombardy region government - to visit the project designing offices and the production facility of SkyWay Technologies Co., to talk to General Designer Anatoli Yunitski, to any of more than 800 designers, architects, engineers, project designers and other highly qualified employees of the Company, to review the existing documentation, to get answers to all their questions, to make sure of the real existence of innovative transport and infrastructure systems, and the projects being already implemented by the Company, particularly in the UAE.
Let us quote another statement:
“La loro unica opera è l'Ecotechnopark della capitale bielorussa, Minsk, che però è un parco tematico simile alla nostra Gardaland“.
(“Their only achievement is the Ecotechnopark of the Belarusian capital, Minsk, which, however, is just a theme park, similar to our Gardaland.”)
We will not find fault with the inaccuracies in the spelling of this unique object’s name, as well as its geographical location, and become similar to our critics, who had ridiculed our project recently, without getting to the bottom of it. We are sure that the main thing is that it is enough to visit EcoTechnoPark in Maryina Gorka, ride in SkyWay vehicles that have already gained conformity certificates in order to understand: this is not an amusement park in the capital, but the center of testing, demonstration and international certification of the transport of the future. None of its creators have any doubt that professionals alien to political intrigues understand that it is not without reason that in many regions of the world Yunitski’s string transport is today regarded as the most optimal alternative to global automobilization, literally strangling modern megacities. The members of the regional Transport Commission should be aware that if they are involved in political games and allocate state funds for transport solutions of the last century, this will only delay the solution of the problems existing in Lombardy, and the residents of the region will soon have to pay again for their real decision. Certainly, retrogrades, masking their personal political ambitions with a concern for the people’s welfare, secretly hope that these people will not remember their names by that time.
Despite the already defined priorities and the successful development of SkyWay project in the Middle East region, we cannot but be pleased with these positive dynamics in changing the attitude to SkyWay string transport by politicians of one of the most developed economies in Europe. We express confidence that sometime, over the most beautiful country of the world, rich in historical and cultural monuments, streamlined SkyWay modules will silently slide along their strings, harmoniously fitting into its landscape, worthy of the artist’s brush and preserving Italy’s invaluable legacy for future generations.
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