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U.S. embassy in Ankara expected to announce end of visa suspension with Turkey


The U.S. embassy in Ankara is expected to make a statement on the complete end of suspension of visa services with Turkey in an hour, APA reported citing Hurriyet Daily News.

 

The embassy had announced that the earliest date for visa appointments regarding non-immigrant applicants in its diplomatic missions in the country is January 2019, following a diplomatic spat that prompted the two NATO allies to mutually suspend granting visas.

 

In October, Washington halted issuing visas at its missions in the country, citing the detention of two of its local employees, which drew an immediate retaliation from Ankara.

 

After Washington’s decision to process granting visas on a limited basis, Ankara also relaxed a visa ban of its own. However, Turkey said it had not offered assurances.

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