Turkey,Azerbaijan start passport Free Travel

Citizens of Turkey and Azerbaijan will now be allowed to travel without a passport between the two countries for up to 90 days using a new type of chip-installed ID card. ⁣

Announcing the new rules on Thursday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a tweet: “As of today, travelling with Azerbaijan is now possible only with an identity card. All obstacles are removed, our brotherhood is getting stronger.” He used the hashtag “one nation, two states,” describing the deep-rooted ties between the two friendly countries.⁣

A bilingual “entry-exit form” will be given to Azerbaijani citizens on their arrival to Turkey, and to Turkish citizens while departing from Turkey. Citizens of both countries will need to show this document to the officers at border crossings along with the ID card. ⁣

However, the use of passports will still be mandatory for those entering Azerbaijan and Turkey from third countries. ⁣
Twitter: Citizens of Turkey and Azerbaijan will now be allowed to travel without a passport between the two countries for up to 90 days using a new type of chip-installed ID card. ⁣

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