TURKISH ID CARD ADDED TO 1 MORE COUNTRY FOR VISA-FREE TRAVEL

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Revised November, 2022 – Resource, Turkey iResidence
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TURKISH CITIZENS WILL BE ABLE TO GO TO ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH AN IDENTITY CARD

Turkish President held a joint press conference on 07 Sep 2022 with President of Serbia, where he arrived for official talks.

At the joint press conference held after the signing of the bilateral agreements, Erdogan stressed the importance of the protocol signed with Serbia within the scope of identity travel, “We just had extremely productive talks with Vucic, both bilateral and then in an inter-delegation format. We have discussed our relations comprehensively and comprehensively in our meetings,” he said.

Erdogan said that relations with Serbia, where visa-free travel is possible, are improving every day.

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IT WILL BE THE SIXTH COUNTRY

Erdogan said, “Our excellent relations with Serbia are developing every day. The protocol just signed on identity travel will take our relations to a new level. As a matter of fact, as of this year, 300 thousand tourists came to our country from Serbia. This means that from the moment it starts with this identity, both the number will rise, and not only will the number rise, our businessmen will carry out their mutual trips much more easily,” he said.

Erdogan stated that Serbia is the 6th country included in this agreement, “After the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova, Serbia will become the 6th country where travel with a mutual chip ID becomes possible, by the way, we also took the first step with Bosnia and Herzegovina yesterday. He also used the statements to be signed at the United Nations General Assembly,” he said.

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