There is good news for those who want to travel from Norway to Turkey.
Norwegians whose passports have expired or do not have a passport were allowed to temporarily enter Turkey with their identity cards.
In this context, an agreement was signed between the two countries.
Announcing the agreement on his social media account Twitter, Norwegian Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt shared a photo of him holding the agreement with Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu.
“They can use identity card”
Huitfeldt shared, “I am very glad that Turkey has temporarily changed the passport provisions. Norwegians who do not have a passport for the rest of the year can use an identity card when traveling to Turkey. Mevlut Cavusoglu is presenting the agreement.” downgraded she.
“Many people celebrate for this convenience”
Turkey’s Ambassador to Norway and Iceland, Fazlı Corman, also responded to this post.
Corman said, “Very good news. Many people in Norway celebrate this convenience. Thank you minister for making it possible.” used the phrases.
He submitted a formula
Corman had previously presented a formula for Norwegians with expired passports who want to come to Turkey on vacation, to temporarily enter Turkey with their identity cards, as well as the Schengen countries.