With visitors holding up their travel plans, Turkey is on its way to reopening cafes and restaurants that are now allowed to stay open for inside seating and dining, at a 50% capacity, until 7 pm, as announced by President Erdogan on 1st March. Since travel and tourism play a pivotal role in contributing to the local economy, the nation is looking forward to going smoothly in the coming years.
It comes into play when the popularity of the Turkey Citizenship by Investment program is at its peak, holding many future long-term benefits for its holders, which is why getting citizenship now could lead you to accrue many future benefits.
While Turkey is waiting to enter the European circle for membership, Turkey’s Government aims to secure a 90-day visa-free entry for its citizens to the Schengen Zone. Turkey has gone ahead as a result waiving off visa requirements for European citizens traveling to Turkey, which would be marked as a gesture that would be returned in kind by the receiving end in an unwritten code in international politics.
At present EU and Turkey will be needing each other. The burning question that has been simmering for a long time is that Turkey will be a part of the European Union in the coming years to come as the nation has fulfilled its obligations in a comprehensive and timely manner. There is a strong possibility as 23 percent of the agricultural land of Europe lies within the borders of Turkey. Also, the country is a broader hub for energy, thereby providing transit lines for natural gas pipes leading into Europe. And now EU needs Turkey more than ever after losing its grip on the UK.