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Turkey exempts five more countries from tourist visas


(Reuters) – Turkey decided on Thursday to exempt citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway from tourist visa rules from March 2 to boost the country’s tourism potential, the Foreign ministry said.

Last week, Turkey lifted visa rules for citizens of Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland and Britain.

In a statement, the ministry said citizens from all these countries will be exempt from visa requirements for 90 days within a 180-day period if travelling for tourism.

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  1. This will definitely put a smile on the nationals being exempt of visa to travel the country. Tourism in turkey will sure to flourish more with this new visa policy.

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