Starting May 20, Ankara will provide the right to cross the Turkish border with the aim of treating citizens of 31 countries, including Ukraine. The Turkish government made this decision as part of measures to simplify quarantine, Anadolu reports.
"Among others, the permit is valid for citizens of Iraq, Libya, Azerbaijan, Greece, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Djibouti, Qatar, Germany, UK, and the Netherlands," the statement said.
Foreigners in Turkey can use such medical services as orthopedics, traumatology, general surgery, pediatric surgery, urology, eye diseases, cardiology, oncology, neurosurgery, hematology, reproductive therapy, organ, and bone marrow transplantation.
The condition for crossing the border is a negative test for coronavirus.
As we reported before, during the past 24 hours, Boryspil Airport admitted flights with passengers from Istanbul, Sharm El Sheikh, and Dubai. The border guards of Kyiv checkpoint processed over 400 people.
“As a matter of course, the border guards held the temperature screening of each passenger. People with fever were not observed. Any of the passengers complained about bad feelings,” the message said.