Turkish officials are welcoming their citizens abroad setting off for a homeland holiday at the border gates in Serbia.
“I hope that our citizens in Europe will experience more comfortable transportation to Turkey this summer, said Abdullah Eren, head of Turkey's Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities (YTB), on Twitter on Wednesday.
“In cooperation with our Interior Ministry, for the first time, we welcome our citizens at the border gates in Serbia with our police, our staff and Turkish-Serbian speaking students,” Eren added.
Vehicles allocated by the agency will be available 24/7 to provide support for unexpected situations that may occur along the route.
The agency will also organize events for the citizens going abroad at the Ipsala and Kapikule border gates, bordering Turkey with Greece and Bulgaria, respectively.
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