Since March 2, Turkey will introduces a visa-free regime with five European countries. For citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway, the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic, Hami Aksoy, said.
Earlier, Aksoy said that Turkey will introduce a visa-free regime for citizens of Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland and the UK from March 2.
“In order to maintain unity in our visa regime with respect to EU members and Schengen countries, Turkey decided to introduce a visa-free regime on March 2 for citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway for their tourist trips for up to 90 days for a 180-day period period ”, – said in a statement Aksoy, published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country.
According to the statement, this step aimed to stimulate tourism, as well as at further development of bilateral relations with these countries.