Turkey/Cameroon Relations: Cameroon is among countries restricted from entering into Turkey

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UPDATE ON TRAVEL ADVISORY
21 March 2020

The Republic of Turkey has introduced travel restrictions for the following 46 countries, in addition to the 22 announced before, due to the spread of coronovirus (COVID-19).

These counties are:

Kuwait, Bangladesh, Mongolia, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Ukraine, Kosovo, Morocco, Lebanon, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Oman, Slovenia, Moldova, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Canada, India, Hungary, Guatemala, Poland, Kenya, Sudan, Chad, Philippines, Latvia, Taiwan, Peru, Sri Lanka, Ecuador, Niger, Tunisia, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Finland, Angola, Czechia, Dominic Republic, Cameroon, Montenegro, Colombia, North Macedonia, Mauritania, Nepal, Portugal and Panama.

Flights to these countries are suspended as of 21 March 2020, 17:00.

Citizens of these countries and those who travelled to them 14 days prior will not be allowed to enter Turkey. However, there are no restrictions for them to leave the country.

Turkey has already placed restrictions for the the following 22 countries:

China, South Korea, Iraq, Iran, Italy, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Norway, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Egypt, Switzerland, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.

Cameroonian government as well suspended all visa services thereby blocking the possibility of entrance into the country. All these measures are in correspondence to the fight against COVID 19 pandemic. Do you think Cameroon deserves to be on the list or Cameroon is right to close all visa services

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