The UK has announced that it will receive fully administered coronavirus vaccine passengers from 37 countries, including Turkey.
A piece of very pleasant news made British citizens very happy when it was announced that Turkey and Croatia had eliminated the need for PCR testing for vaccinated Brits.
It has been reported that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet with US President Joe Biden in person at the G-20 Leaders Summit Meeting in Rome at the end of October.
The news that the tourism sector had been waiting for a long time came on September 17. Based on said decision, the UK will remove Turkey from the red list as of September 22.
UK has removed Turkey from the red list which requires mandatory hotel quarantine after travel, as of September 22.
Of every 100 houses sold in August, 11 in Istanbul and 18 in Antalya went to foreigners. In 8 months, foreign home sales exceeded 30 thousand and broke a record.
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality is scheduled to launch the sea taxis produced at the Halic Shipyard, end of this month (September 2021).
UK Export Minister Stuart has said: "We will begin negotiations with Turkey for a more comprehensive FTA in 2022. Turkey is a very attractive market.
It is very promising to see that ecological life has begun to revive in areas damaged by fires, in Mugla. The burning areas in Marmaris started to become green again and the birds started to return to the area.
People who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus will be required to show PCR tests with negative results, to be allowed to participate in activities such as concerts, movies and theatres.