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Turkey will not introduce visa regime for Georgia2009-02-24 17:30
Turkey will not introduce visa regime for Georgia, stated Kurshad Tuzmen, the Turkish Minister of State at the Georgian-Turkish business forum, being held in Tbilisi. He refuted the previously spread messages that turkey and Ukraine intend to toughen visa regime for Georgian citizens.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Tuzmen, customs in Sarpi village at the Georgian-Turkish border is one of the points of the Silk Road that connected Europe and Asia in ancient times. He added that Turkey intends to carry on tradition and simplify and expand foreign trade with Georgia further.
At the same time, the Turkish side intends to step up control over the pedestrians crossing border. In particular, to simplify their passage from Georgia to Turkey, the Turkish government plans to organize bus connection between the countries.
Visa regime between Turkey and Georgia was cancelled in February 2006, and citizens of both countries can cross the border and stay in the neighbouring state without visa for 90 days.