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I Am Turkish, Where Can I Travel With No Visa?

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Number of countries with no visa for Turkish citizens rises to 55
Number of countries lifting visa requirements on Turkey has risen to 55 after Syria, Libya and Jordan.
Thursday, 03 December 2009 16:17
Following Turkey's recent diplomatic initiatives and its 'zero problem with neighbors' policy, some countries removed visa requirements imposed on Turkish citizens.

Number of countries lifting visa requirements on Turkey has risen to 55 after Syria, Libya and Jordan.

Below is the list of countries and special administrative regions that do not impose visa requirements on Turkey:

Antigua-Barbuda, Argentina, Albania, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bosna-Herzegovina, Brazil, Equador, El-Salvador, Morocco, Fiji, the Philippines, Guatemala, Republic of South Africa, Georgia, Haiti, Croatia, Honduras, Hong Kong, Iran, Jamaica, Japan, Montenegro, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Colombia, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Kosovo, Costo Rica, Libya, Makau Special Administrative region, Macedonia, Maldives, Malaysia, Mauritus, Nicaragua, Republic of Palau, Paraguay, St. Vincent-Grenadines, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Syria, Swaziland, Chile, Thailand, Trinidad-Tobago, Tunisia, Tuvalu, Uruguay, Jordan, and Venezuela.
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Bahama, Barbados, Bati Samoa, Belize, Bolivya, Bosna-Hersek,
Dominika, Ekvator,El Salvador, Endonezya,
Fas, Fiji, Filipinler,
Gambia, Grenada, Güney Afrika Cumhuriyeti, Güney Kore,
Hirvatistan, Hong Kong Özel Idare Bölgesi ,
Iran, Jamaika, Japonya,
Kazakistan, Kenya, Kirgizistan, Kolombiya, K.K.T.C.,Kosta Rika,
Makedonya, Maldivler, Malezya, Malta, Mauritius, Monako,
Romanya,
Santa Lucia, San Marino, Seyseller, Singapur, Solomon Adalari, Sili, Swaziland,
Tayland, Trinidad-Tobago, Tunus, Tuvalu, Uruguay,
Vatikan.

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