Turkey hopes for Uzbekistan’s abolition of visas for Turkish citizens
Turkey hopes that Uzbekistan will cancel a visa regime for the Turkish citizens, reported the Turkish media.
According to Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Turkey introduced visa-free regime for the citizens of Uzbekistan and expects the similar steps from Uzbekistan.
“Turkey introduced a visa-free regime for citizens of Uzbekistan. We hope that Uzbekistan will also cancel visa regime for the citizens of Turkey,” said Çavuşoğlu speaking to the reporters after the visit to Uzbekistan.
The Turkish diplomat on November 17-18 visited Uzbekistan with the Turkish delegation headed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey abolished visa regime with Uzbekistan in 2007. The citizens of Uzbekistan can stay in Turkey up to 30 days without registration of visa.
Currently, Uzbeks can visit 52 countries, including Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Sri Lanka and other tourist centers, without a visa.
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