Turkish government to lift visas for Polish nationals

December 10, 2014
Turkish government to exempt visas for Polish citizens

Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu has declared that the Turkish government has planned to exempt visa norms for Polish individuals to surge the synergy between both the nations. Earlier during the day, Davutoglu had a private meeting and dinner with his Polish counterpart, Ewa Kopacz at Warsaw, the Turkish capital. 

Speaking at the event, the minister further said that Poland was the first European nation to discover Turkey in 1923. In answer, polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz has given an oath to raise the number of flights between both the nations. 

The Polish minister further added that their government has also played a crucial role in supporting Turkey in Schengen visa relaxation.

This new visa exemption would enhance both the countries’ air transport and an excellent opportunity for Turkish individuals to move freely throughout the European countries without any restrictions, according to Ahmet Davutoglu.

At an event held to mark the 600 years of Turkish-Polish relations at Poland’s emerging Teatr Wielki art organization, where numerous number of Turkish artiste will be present, Ahmet Davutoglu is about to meet the diplomats of the Turkish government in Poland.

Few of the ministers such as Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci, Culture and Tourism Minister Omer Celik and Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus are also about to accompany the prime minister in his trip.

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