Reducing the restrictions of the ban in Turkey

Reducing the restrictions of the ban in Turkey

Reducing the restrictions of the ban in Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced, on Monday evening, the easing of restrictions imposed in Turkey, starting next June.

This came in a speech he delivered live after the end of the weekly meeting of his government in the Turkish capital, Ankara.

He explained that the comprehensive closure lasts only on Sunday of each week, and restaurant services on that day are limited to home delivery, while a partial curfew is imposed on Saturday between 10 pm and 5 am.

He added that restaurants will open from 7 in the morning until 9 in the evening and will continue to deliver to homes until 12 at night.

"Cafes, gyms and amusement parks have the right to work from 7 am to 9 pm," he added.

He continued, "It will be allowed to hold wedding ceremonies in open and closed places, starting from the first of next June.

He also announced that the academic year for universities will start on September 13th.

He said, "We are doing our best to reach very small numbers, such as the number of injured and victims."

He cautioned that in the first quarter of this year, the Turkish economy grew by seven percent and ranked second after China in economic growth.

He added, "Turkey has achieved these numbers with diligent work, and Turkey is ready to receive all investors."

To know more about life and information about Turkey, you can see the following articles:

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  3. What are the documents required to open a bank account in Turkey?

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