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No visas for Romanians travelling to Turkey up to 90 days

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Luni, 11 ianuarie 2010, 17:49 English | Top News

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Minstry (MAE) announced on January 7 2010 the promulgation of the law allowing Romanian citizens to travel freely to Turkey, without a visa, for a maximum of 90 days within six months. The measure will be enforced after the Turkish border authorities will be announced and it applies to Romanians using ordinary passports. The date of the enforcement will be published on the Romanian Foreign Affairs website.

The Romanian ministry notes that one can enter Turkey only with a valid passport. MAE recommends Romanians wishing to travel to Turkey to have their national ID on them as well because it includes additional identification data. There have been cases when Romanian citizens in Turkey have been retained by the local police because of name coincidences with persons committing fraud in this country.

On top of that, MAE recommends Romanian citizens to not travel overseas without medical, life and travel insurances.

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