Turkish Embassy -  Athens

  
  Turkish Embassy -  Athens

The Embassy of Turkey in Athens

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Turkish Embassy -  Athens

 


   

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The Turkish Embassy is a diplomatic mission acting as the representative of the Turkish government. Turkish-Embassy.net is not the official website of the Turkish Embassy. This website does not have any affiliation with the mentioned Embassies on this website, nor does it have any relationship with the Turkish Embassy visa department.

Turkish Embassy services - Among others, Embassy services comprise of the issue of new and replacement passports, visa, assistance with births, deaths and marriages, criminal activity of Turkish nationals, prison visits, plus all other Embassy matters, trade relations, military consultation, etc., is included, of course, within the other general work of the Turkish Embassy.

Turkish Visa and Passport - All application forms for either a new passport or visa is available at the official website of the Turkish Embassy or locally at the Turkish Embassy itself. All travel related matters for Turkish citizens or people who plan to visit Turkey are coordinated by the consular department of the embassy. Contact the Turkish Embassy directly for all necessary information.


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Turkish Embassy - Athens

Turkish Embassy in Athens  - Embassy Turkey

Here you will find information about the Turkish Embassies and consulates abroad. Turkey has more than 150 Embassies, consulates and permanent representations abroad. There are also High Commissions with limited powers.