11 Countries Join Visa Exemption For Travel To Turkey 2020

The Turkish Foreign Ministry reported that the country citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway have become Visa exempt while entering Turkey, to provide greater tourism potential with these countries, and development of bilateral relations in other areas is aimed.
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Starting from 2 March 2020 for tourist purposes the citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway are now allowed to stay in Turkey upto 90 days / in every 180 days by visa-exemption that has been agreed.
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The new Turkish visa regulation is to emphasize and to ensure the integrity of our visa regime to the European Union (EU) and Schengen Area member countries it borders.

In written statement on February 20 2020, it has been announced in addition that Visa-exemption has also been provided to Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland and United Kingdom nationals whom will enter Turkey for tourism purposes.
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Nationals joined the visa-exemption for travel to Turkey and who wish to stay longer than 90 days without a Tourism visa, must apply for short term Touristic residence permit ID Card to stay in Turkey without overstay and longer.

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