Georgia and the Caucasus to Turkey's most important land borders opened Sarp Border Gate which is expected due to the intensity of Christmas was stated that measures taken.
Georgia and the Caucasus to Turkey's most important land borders opened Sarp Border Gate which is expected due to the intensity of Christmas was stated that measures taken. providing information on the subject
Eastern Black Sea Regional Director of Customs and Trade Moses Aydemir, christmas primarily due to the passage stating that occurred in the high density increases the number of staff, he said. Citizens to bring their documents ready Aydemir emphasized that the transition process be accelerated, especially of passengers warned not to bring fuel and merchandise. Georgia Sarp Border Gate high rate of transition will be voicing Aydemir, especially Christmas because the number of guards Increase by expressing their"New Year's Eve because of the density would anticipate. Reinforcement staff as well as temporary assignments with our team, we are increasing,"he said.
Especially Christmas Special occasions such as input-output that the number of vehicles drawing attention to the Regional Director Aydemir"This intensive days 32 thousand passengers are going. past Feast of the Sacrifice survived it. Batum's house because of the traffic crash because Sarp border gate was also locked. Batum into the vehicle unable to enter the door stopped. Otherwise the quality of service not a problem. service speed at have no problems. Our staff efficiently works. New Year's Eve in the same process are welcome,"he said. ON CHRISTMAS Sarp Border Gate USING who will WARNING
Aydemir at Christmas Sarp Border Gate Use the who will now warned:
"our citizens now we want to. we trust them. in. exemption rights by complying if they come, documents're ready us faster than we can serve. In particular, fuel and goods with the objective not let them go. they have impounded. were themselves restless and unhappy is happening. us them unhappy do not want to. But the task is also required."
the other hand, the Soviet Union in 1989 after the collapse opened Sarp I thi providing six million passengers per year pass the door of Turkey's busiest land border crossing has become. In the first 11 months of 2013 the door was 1 million 122 thousand vehicle access.